It's been an extremely cold winter in Maine and the sound of your furnace running means plenty of money going up the chimney. The cost of heating your home in Maine is now higher than at any point last year.
With the temperatures and snow falling faster than Congress' approval ratings, Mainers are facing higher prices to heat their homes. The Governor's Energy Office reports that the average statewide cost for No.2 heating oil was $3.76 per gallon, up four cents from last week.
With an early onset of very cold and snowy weather, heating oil prices are rising steadily in Maine. A weekly survey has found that average cash price for home heating oil has gone up two cents in Maine to $3.66 per gallon.
We have had a very cold start to December and as the furnaces start to kick in the cost of heating fuel in Maine is costing Mainers more. The Governor's Energy Office said earlier this week that its weekly survey found the average price for home heating oil has risen 5 cents to $3.61 a gallon.
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