This week the Energy Information Administration released its winter fuels outlook predicting that U.S. consumers will pay slightly less for energy costs this winter due to expected warmer temperatures.
Today is Manufacturing Day, a day to celebrate our nation of builders and manufacturers’ great contributions to America’s economy. To commemorate Manufacturing Day, over 1,500 events are being held across the country today to showcase American manufacturers and their successes.
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There is more bad news for New England households and businesses as electricity supplier National Grid warns its customers that they can expect to see significantly higher power bills this winter. The company is urging consumers to conserve energy to prepare for the cold temperatures and high rates up ahead.
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