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According to the article: "Price is the reason...electricity prices under East River have been high and unpredictable. While market prices for electricity have decreased, Dakota Energy has sustained 12 rate increases from 2005 to 2019 under East River.” The co-op is paying 6.86 cents per kWH, double the 3.24 cents 15 years ago. Working to get out of their contract that expires in 2075, East River claims Dakota Energy can’t withdraw. Lawsuit filed.


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