Sturgeon Bay Utilities forecasts future energy prices

Sturgeon Bay Utilities General Manager Jim Stawicki believes that consumers will continue to benefit from lower energy prices in the coming years. Smaller electric bills have been helping add an extra dollar bill or two to wallets in the area for the past year and there is no indication that trend will change. Stawicki says traditional and alternative energy sources are both contributing to the drop in energy costs.


American oil and natural gas production continues at historic levels and has helped the market absorb several geopolitical events in recent months that would have sent prices soaring in the past.


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