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Published: Friday, Oct. 11 2013 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Be really careful with that convert to another source thing. Many in our all-electric (original build) neighborhood did shift to alternatives (gas, oil, wood). Guess who has a lower utility cost today? My converted neighbors are paying more than double than my costs.

Shifting markets, fads, and regulatory changes make the energy market crazy!

Mongmong, GU

Consider if building, a smaller house aka tiny house. When we lived in the states, our tiny house was super insulated and used a small (sardine) wood stove.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

If Freedom is like being warm. What is having no money for winter. Chaos, confine the hostages and punish the unruly.

American Fork, UT

I am surprised that 1 degree only equates to 1% savings on your bill. So if I lower my heat from 72 to 68 I am only going to save 4%, that's almost not worth it.

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