If you’re feeling the pinch on your utility bills, you’re not alone, and you aren’t imagining it. The U.S. Energy Information Administration predicted in November that “compared with last winter’s heating costs, U.S. households will spend 54% more for propane, 43% more for heating oil, 30% more for natural gas, and 6% more for electric heating. U.S. households will spend even more if the weather is colder than expected.” So bills are up — but are yours higher than the average household in the state? DoxoInsights provided a detailed analysis of utility bill costs from last year from more than 6 million consumers (putting the U.S. average at $316 a month) so you can find out.
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