National Grid projects lower heating bills for natural gas customers
SCHENECTADY National Grid customers who heat their homes with natural gas should see lower heating bills this winter, the company announced Monday.
Typical residential heating customers could see a reduction of more than 9 percent on their total natural gas bill over the course of the heating season, based on typical winter usage, according to National Grid regional executive William Flaherty.
A typical customer who would use around 711 therms from November to March would have paid nearly $643 last winter. At this winter’s projected commodity prices, the same amount of usage will cost $581.