Help with High Winter Heating Costs

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January 7, 2022

Help with High Winter Heating Costs

An elderly couple sitting by a radiator examining a bill.

Compared to a year ago, electricity and natural gas prices are roughly 11% higher and residential heating oil prices are up about 40%. To help low-income Americans cover heating costs, especially in cold-weather states, the Biden administration is distributing an additional $4.5 billion in funds through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).

Visit the Energy Saver Blog for more on how to get assistance with your home energy bills.

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