There’s been news recently about a decline in gas prices. Hallelujah? Or oh my God! Decline in prices means more people will build energy inefficient homes and invest in gas guzzling machinery or businesses. Some will benefit, but the world will suffer. How do we accommodate those inconsistent objectives?
Gasoline prices in Massachusetts continue to climb, although not as rapidly as in recent weeks. WAMC’s Paul Tuthill reports…
The average price for unleaded regular self serve gasoline in Massachusetts rose two cents last week. The average price, according to a survey by AAA is $3.89 per gallon. Prices ranged between $3.78 and $3.99 per gallon. The price is 23 cents per gallon more than a year ago.
Gasoline prices have gone up for five straight weeks, but some energy analysts believe a peak is near.