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National Grid predicts smaller gas bills for winter

National Grid announced its annual forecast of winter heating costs for natural gas customers on Monday.  Here, Bill Connelly of Customer Meter Services, talks about furnace efficiency.
National Grid announced its annual forecast of winter heating costs for natural gas customers on Monday. Here, Bill Connelly of Customer Meter Services, talks about furnace efficiency.
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National Grid announced Monday that natural gas customers will see about a 9 percent reduction in their total natural gas bill over the course of the heating season, based on typical usage. For the average customer who would ordinarily use about 711 therms during the winter, the total cost will be about $581 — $62 less than last year — according to William Flaherty, regional executive for National Grid. The price of natural gas has ...


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