Consumers Energy’s natural gas customers can expect to pay about 8 percent less for heating costs for this winter compared to last winter. The lower cost estimate is due to reduced fuel prices – the lowest since 2003 — and is based on normal weather patterns.
DTE says one item in your home that usually gets put away in the winter can actually help you to stay warm when the weather gets cold without the outrageous costs.
Michigan residents struggling to pay their heating bills will be able to get some assistance.
Michigan utility regulators say natural gas customers should see slightly lower bills this winter because of falling prices – while customers who rely on propane and heating oil probably will pay more than last winter because of higher crude oil costs.
Consumers Energy’s natural gas customers can expect to pay about 3 percent less for heating costs for this winter. The lower cost forecast reflects reduced gas prices, which are down about 5 percent compared to […]