Why can’t we just set a fixed, low price on electricity?
In Modalen, Norway’s second-smallest municipality there is a fixed price for electricity. Residents never pay more than 21 øre (0,21 NOK) per kilowatt-hour for electricity – regardless of the weather. By Ingrid Fiskaa, Member of Parliament for SV in Rogaland “I’m scared. I’m scared to see what’s going on in our society now. Until now, I … Continue reading Why can’t we just set a fixed, low price on electricity?
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