Americans Will Pay 42% More Electricity Bills This Winter Than 2 Years Ago – NBC

The average cost of US residents to pay for electricity this coming winter could increase by 42% compared to the 2019-2020 season. This was announced on Thursday by the NBC television company, citing experts from the National Association of Directors of Energy Assistance Services in the United States (NEADA).

“The average US household heating bill is projected to rise 17.2% in the winter compared to the same period last year, and electricity could rise in price by 42% compared to the winter ahead of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic,” the broadcaster noted.

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