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Winter Heating Bills Likely to Increase, But Still Remain Below Recent Winters

Most U.S. households can expect higher heating expenditures this winter (October through March) compared to last winter, according to EIA's Winter Fuels Outlook. Winter heating expenditures for most fuels were especially low last winter, when energy prices were relatively low and warm weather reduced heating demand to the lowest level nationally in at least 25 years.
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