When I was growing up in the ’90s, we had to wait for our power companies to deliver power from the poles.
That meant we had no choice but to take a bus to the nearest power plant.
Nowadays, that’s about as far as we have to go to save electricity costs.
And it may not even be the cheapest way to go.
You can buy power at the pump at about half the cost of an old-fashioned gas or electric bill.
You don’t have to pay for any additional fees or taxes on top of the electricity rate you already pay.
The biggest challenge for consumers is deciding whether to switch from the old-style gas-fired or electric-only system.
The choice is one that’s not really up to us.
There are no easy answers.
We can only hope that the next big energy technology to enter the marketplace will be an energy-efficient one that can save us money.
The new generation of natural gas The energy-efficiency revolution has been on the rise since 2011, when a handful of companies — including FirstEnergy, Dominion, and Chesapeake — made significant gains in efficiency and became major players in the natural gas industry.
But those companies were all bought by companies with a history of mismanagement, including Shell and ExxonMobil.
The companies have since made some of the biggest missteps in the gas industry: Shell and its parent company, the French company Total, have been accused of destroying more than a billion barrels of oil in the Gulf of Mexico, for example.
But the biggest problem has been the way they’ve used their newfound resources.
In recent years, the gas companies have been buying up or laying off thousands of employees, reducing the number of people working for them, and raising prices to boost profits.
This has led to higher energy costs and a lot of lost revenue for consumers.
These problems have been compounded by the fact that the gas business has been hit by the Great Recession.
Gas is one of the main reasons the economy is weak.
The gas industry is now struggling to keep up with soaring electricity demand and the need to keep prices high.
A new generation, though, has emerged to take advantage of the energy savings of natural-gas-fired power plants.
The new gas companies that emerged from the recession have a different take on how to run the gas market.
Some, like FirstEnergy and Cheshire Energy, have invested heavily in improving the efficiency of their plants, which are typically less efficient than those in the traditional gas industry and have been more expensive to build.
But these companies have not yet invested in the new energy-saving technologies that would make them less expensive.
These companies also are not yet big enough to build the huge natural gas storage facilities that will enable them to store excess gas for when it’s needed most.
And they don’t yet have the infrastructure to run more than 20% of their energy-consuming plants using the new technology.
So, the companies have focused on the energy-savings of natural resources like shale gas and oil, which, unlike natural gas, can be extracted at a much lower cost than natural gas.
But they haven’t been investing in other kinds of energy-saving technologies like renewable energy, or other forms of clean, green technology.
One of the big reasons for the lack of investment is the financial strain it puts on companies that are already struggling.
In some ways, the energy efficiency revolution is similar to the financial crisis that began in 2007.
It’s a time when energy prices spiked and many companies had to slash costs and cut jobs in order to stay afloat.
Now, the downturn has been far more severe, and there are more people on the job than there were at the beginning of the recession.
But the energy companies have had a lot to lose from the new wave of energy technology.
FirstEnergy’s stock fell by about 20% in 2016, and Dominion’s stock plunged by nearly 40%.
They lost more than $6 billion in the first quarter of this year alone.
This lack of new energy technology has forced the companies to slash their investments in other types of renewable energy.
Chevron, for one, shut down its refinery in Louisiana because it can’t afford to maintain it anymore.
But there is a new company, SolarCity, that is building solar panels on rooftops and putting them into the grid, helping the companies reduce the cost and size of their power plants, and putting more renewable energy into the mix.
SolarCity’s CEO, Lyndon Rive, says the company plans to generate a quarter of its electricity from solar by 2020.
“We’re in the process of generating the first 100MW of solar capacity that’s going to be in the United States by the end of 2020,” Rive said.
SolarCity’s panels will be able to supply power for up to six households.
But Rive says that this energy revolution is just the beginning.
In the coming years, Solar