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DTE: Monthly energy bills expected to be higher this winter in Michigan compared to last year
(WXYZ) — DTE says with winter temperatures and more people working from home, residential energy use is expected to increase this heating season.
Monthly energy bills are expected to be higher than last year.
DTE says customers will spend, on average, $65 more over the six-month heating season compared to the same period last year.
DTE is offering several payment assistance programs, including a Winter Protection Plan, Shutoff Protection Plan, and payment relief for those experiencing medical emergencies, for active military personnel, and for customers struggling during the pandemic.
Affordable tips like sealing air leaks, using a programmable thermostat and replacing furnace filters when dirty, will improve energy efficiency, the company says.
For more tips, visit dteenergy.com/staywarm.
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The Nicor "Sharing" Program assists eligible families, those who are disabled, and veterans and provides crisis assistance to Nicor residential heating customers. The program is funded through donations of Nicor customers and employees, and is available to customers once each year.
This program primarily serves individuals and families in metropolitan Chicago. For more information about this program and other utility assisance in the Chicagoland area, visit centralusa.salvationarmy.org/metro.