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Managing Your Natural Gas & Electric Utility Bills

The recent increases in the cost of natural gas, heating oil and gasoline affect all New Hampshire residents. The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission is concerned about the potential impact these increases will have on utility customers across the state and the ability of customers to manage their utility bills during the upcoming winter season. The links below provide: information to help you manage your natural gas and electric utility bills this winter; a clearer picture of the price and supply outlook for electric and natural gas prices; and, important safety information from the State Fire Marshall.