The middle-class and poor to feel energy sticker shock come winter

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

This year, middle-class and poor consumers are being hit with a triple whammy of energy increases: gas bills, home heating fuel bills and utility bills.
Guest: Mark Wolfe, Director National Energy Assistance Directors Association

Contributors:

Bruce Reznick

Comments [1]

Arthur Allgauer

It has been widely reported that Americans are driving less and using higher efficiency vehicles due to higher gas prices. Does it follow that higher heating oil prices will drive Americans to insulate their homes and lower their thermostats this winter? One can only hope.

Aug. 05 2008 09:35 AM

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