What you need to know about selling electricity for pennies on eBay.
The world’s biggest online auction site, eBay, recently announced plans to launch an energy sale service.
The service will allow people to sell energy from power plants, generators, wind farms and other sources to other people, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The site said it will launch on November 12, 2018.
Energy buyers can submit bids and then pay for the electricity by selling it on eBay or the eBay platform.
If they win, the buyer receives the payment.
The website said they plan to offer this service for $5.99 per kilowatt hour, or $0.06 per kWh.
The price is lower than other options such as energy rebates, which are offered by some energy companies, but they can be very expensive.
This price has been the subject of intense scrutiny by the government.
The government is currently debating the price of energy from renewable sources such as wind and solar.
In May, the government introduced a price on the price charged for renewable energy, known as the Renewable Energy Obligation, or REO.
The REO price is currently pegged at $6.50 per kWh, but the price could rise to as much as $8.50 by 2022.
It has been widely criticised for being too high and too low.
This week, the federal government said it would introduce a new tax of $1.50 for renewable power, which will take effect from 1 July.