Sask power

Commodity Marketing

Tools

Sask power

Oct 31, 2017 | 09:19 31
Quote Originally Posted by sumdumguy View Post
Grassy, Manitoba Hydro must be cheap. Wait intil you get a bunch of windmills and then watch your rates go up.
Although reliable power will be on standby as windmills will only produce power a fraction of the time.
But yes if the Ontario experiment has taught us anything power rates will go through the roof. 🙈 Reply With Quote
Oct 31, 2017 | 09:47 32 Had this happen with gas meter and fought with sask energy for three years because my energy bill tripled. They would come out and read meter and say it was good. I finally gave up and one year they read meter and realized I hadn't used any gas that year so they quickly changed meter and my bills went back to one third of what I was paying. Funny how it changed when the broken meter was working in my favor. Reply With Quote
fjlip's Avatar Oct 31, 2017 | 11:37 33
Quote Originally Posted by BreadWinner View Post
I bought a energy usage meter and hooked it up to my panel yesterday, so far it looks as though the meter at the pole is reading 3 times higher than the meter in the house.
I was thinking the same thing, a short to ground. We had that years ago, spun the meter like crazy, had to repair on our own, NOT a Saskpower issue. good luck. check all entrance boxes, disconnect one at a time. Reply With Quote
Oct 31, 2017 | 11:49 34
Quote Originally Posted by fjlip View Post
I was thinking the same thing, a short to ground. We had that years ago, spun the meter like crazy, had to repair on our own, NOT a Saskpower issue. good luck. check all entrance boxes, disconnect one at a time.
Faulty pressure switch on a well can spin the meter too - constantly switching on and off. We had that experience once. Reply With Quote
Oct 31, 2017 | 13:20 35
Quote Originally Posted by BreadWinner View Post
It has a heated floor in the 1 bathroom. I phoned saskpower and they said something is crazy about that amount of power. Its 3 times what most houses that size cost to run. Im looking into a ground leak from the meter to the house.
you would think with any discerancy like that , the first thing sask power would do would be to change the meter Reply With Quote