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Carbon looking for best electric prices

Published March 13. 2014 12:48PM

Carbon County is trying to save money on its electricity.


The county commissioners this morning opened quotes for electric service for all county-owned buildings. The county uses approximately three million kilowatt hours annually.


Six bids were opened after the online bid window closed at 11:30 a.m., with TriEagle Energy submitting the apparent low bid of 7.991 cents per kilowatt hour for a 36-month contract.


The bids are currently being reviewed by officials and will be awarded at 1:30, when the commissioners go back into session.
A complete story will be in Friday's Times News.

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