Energy Efficiency Tips to Save Money This Winter
Extreme winter weather continues to loom as New York remains in a state of emergency and areas of Western New York are impacted by a once-in-a-century blizzard. Freezing temperatures may send you running to the thermostat to bump up the heat and, consequently, bump up your energy bill. However, there are some cost-saving steps you can take to make sure…
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The Biden administration said Wednesday it is making $4.5 billion available through a low-income home energy assistance program to help with heating costs heading into what is expected to be a brutal winter.
Protecting Gas and Power Infrastructure From Super Storms in the Future
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New York Is Urged to Pay Public's Ballooning Utility Debt
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