FILE- In this Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003, file photo, the setting sun silhouettes electric transmission lines crossing Berea, Ohio. A sharp decline in the price of natural gas makes it much cheaper for... more 
FILE- In this Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003, file photo, the setting sun silhouettes electric transmission lines crossing Berea, Ohio. A sharp decline in the price of natural gas makes it much cheaper for U.S. utilities to produce electricity. It just isn't having any impact on homeowners' monthly bills. Instead of falling, electricity prices aren't budging. They are rising just as families begin cranking up their air conditioners. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Mark Duncan, File
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