Milder Winter Heating Bills Predicted
"Last winter, they predicted a 48 percent increase, and it turned out the actual increase was 17 percent."
- Roger Cooper, American Gas Association spokeperson
Washington, DC, USA - Winter heating bills are expected to be slightly lower for most families across the nation, with the highest reductions for those who use natural gas, the government said Tuesday.
Families using natural gas should expect to pay an average of $119 less during the upcoming winter compared to last year, a decrease of 13 percent, the Energy Department said.