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PG&E has several programs that can help low-income families save on energy costs

The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently released the Winter Fuels Outlook data that predicts that average household cost for all major heating fuels will rise because of colder weather that is forecast this year. This could mean higher energy bill costs for households just as the Residential Consumption Survey (RECS) found that one in three U.S. households face challenges in paying their energy utility bills.