Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy on Saturday was reminding residents of the state who need help paying winter heating bills that there is still time to apply for federal energy assistance benefits.
The price of home heating oil on Long Island this week was higher than ever during a heating season. The average fill up cost was $1,195, and most Long Island homes fill up more than three times a year.
Deciphering a utility bill can be very confusing. Recently, a Long Island man found charges on his bill that didn’t seem to add up. He decided to contact CBS 2′s Asa Aarons to find out what was driving up the cost of his gas.
The only thing keeping many people from having a more energy efficient home is money. A brand new program allows people to get green upgrades now and pay for them later in their monthly utility bill.
The chill of winter has found its way into under-insulated homes, sending utility bills through the roof as heating systems struggle to keep up.
Public Advocate pushing for tougher punishments on landlords who don’t turn on the heat.
Certain struggling families in Connecticut might not be eligible for state assistance in meeting their heating bills, but there is a way to help them.
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