The state is asking a New Hampshire home heating oil company to reimburse it nearly $21,000 for running an emergency hotline for customers who experienced delivery problems.
The group ABCD, who helps connect those in need with fuel assistance, says all 5,000 of their customers in Boston who use home heating oil have used up their benefits this winter.
Most Massachusetts residents are paying a lot to heat their homes during this cold stretch, and the state wants to make sure you get what you pay for.
A new company based in Andover promises homeowners big savings by earning points.
You’ve probably already ordered that first tank of oil for the winter and learned the hard way how much more expensive it will be to stay warm this season.
John Kerry is urging President Obama to push for $5.1 billion in federal home heating aid to help Massachusetts families who rely on the federal help to survive long New England winters.
John from Belmont asks, “Is it cheaper to heat with oil or natural gas or anything else?”
If you heat your home with oil and have not already upgraded your burner to prevent leaks, you could be facing a lot more than the cost of the oil this fall.
Many Bay State residents use heating oil and this year, it won’t be cheap. Prices will likely remain in the $4 per gallon range.
Some people are already receiving offers to lock in their heating oil price for the winter, and prices are a lot higher than last year.