Tampa, Florida 2021-10-13 19:23:09 –
New York (AP) — With kerosene, natural gas and other fuel prices skyrocketing globally, the U.S. government expects home heating costs to jump 54% on Wednesday compared to last winter. He said he was.
Almost half of US homes use natural gas for heat and could pay an average of $ 746 this winter, 30% more than it was a year ago.
This could be the most expensive winter for homes heated by natural gas since 2008-2009.
According to the Associated Press, about 41% of homes in the country use electricity, which will increase by about 6% to $ 1,268.
According to AP reports, kerosene users will increase by 43% to $ 1,734.
Cold winter predictions mean that people are more likely to burn more fuel to keep them warm.
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