National Grid predicts increase in energy bills

CONTRIBUTED PHOTONational Grid is estimating that its natural gas customers will see a 39% increase in their heating bills this winter over last year’s levels.

HUDSON — National Grid natural gas customers could be in for sticker shock when they receive their heating bills this winter as the utility company estimates a 39% increase in rates over last year.

According to the company, residential natural gas customers who use an average of 713 therms during the five-month winter heating season between Nov. 1 and the end of March 2023 will pay an estimated $263 more than last winter.

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