Increase in Home Energy Bills This Summer

Women working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

While the spread of COVID-19 remains uncertain, working from home is quickly becoming the new normal, leading to more at-home energy costs. A predicted one-third of Americans will see a 10-15% increase in their energy bills this summer because of virus-related changes at work, which means spending between $2 and $37 more, according to Arcadia, an energy and analytic company. Read more about how Arcadia foresees companies and utilities taking action to aid employees and customers who can’t pay their bills on time in this article from Forbes.com.

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