Energy Outlook 2017


By r. brock pronko
Regional Business Analyst

Energy is a direct cost for many “bricks and mortar” businesses – from a manufacturer that burns coal or natural gas in its plant, to a trucking company that fill its fleets daily with diesel fuel, to a Baskin-Robbins franchise that uses freezers to keep ice cream cold. For other businesses, energy is part of their overhead costs.

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