Energy price increase in Kentucky reportedly in line with national average
By The Staff
Monday, December 8, 2008 at 8:00 pm
Kentuckians will pay more for natural gas in the coming months than they did a year ago, the Kentucky Public Service Commission says.
“High heating costs will again be a burden for many of our citizens,” PSC Chairman David Armstrong said. “Although the prices have come down since August, natural gas still costs more than it did at this time last year.”
On average, Kentucky customers can expect to pay about 17 percent more this year than last for the same quantity of natural gas. That is in line with national averages.
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