Phwang:Conservative state have strict regulations?!? Isn't that an oxymorom?
BTW, comparing Utah and Nevada, a neighboring state. NVE Time of Use is about 5-6 cents a KWh with exception of Summer peak Jun-Sep 1-7pm.
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Looks like my neighbor Nevada consumes more electricity than they produce and guess which state feeds your thirst for electricity?
“Utah generates more electricity than it consumes, and the state is a net power supplier to other states.84 Some Utah generating plants are switching from coal to natural gas to comply with California's low-emission standards for deliveries of power into that state.85 Utah's Strategic Energy Plan predicts that natural gas-fired generation will replace coal and back up intermittent renewables like wind and solar power.86 While no new coal-fired generators have been built since 1995, about 60 natural gas-fired units have been put into service during the same period.87 High-capacity transmission lines are being constructed to bring conventional and renewable power from Wyoming and Utah to Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, and California, as well as to enhance reliability of electricity delivery within Utah.88”