Utility costs rise in Thompson

Find out how much Thompson heating bills may go up this winter (and what you can do about it!).

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Winter Heating in Thompson rises from $1,148.45 last year to $1,534.88 this winter!

This winter, heating costs in Thompson are expected to increase to around $255.81 each month or an average of $1,534.88 for the whole season . Compare this to an average of $191.41 last winter or $1,148.45 for the season. The average Thompson consumer can expect to pay about $64.4 more per month or $386.43 more this season.

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A "Home Energy Solutions" energy audit provides expert diagnostics, upgrade recommendations and weatherization services. The service also qualifies you for advantageous Energize CT rebates and financial incentives to improve your energy efficiency and home comfort. The average participating household receives $1,800 in value from a single 4-6 hour visit. (Average of $1,350 labor & service value + $450 annual energy savings!)

Thompson Heating Costs by Fuel Type

The averages above take into account the different heat sources used in Thompson residence. The fuel type used to warm your dwelling affects the price you pay. Let's look at Thompson heating bills based on fuel type.

Thompson Electric bills increase by $127.47

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Electricity heated homes will pay an average of $127.47 more this winter season. At least 316 Thompson homes will be affected by the increase

How much will the average Thompson household spend on electric heating bills this winter?

Electric heating will cost one thousand four hundred thirty-three dollars seventy-six cents ($1,433.76) in Thompson this year, that's an average of $two hundred thirty-eight dollars ninety-six cents ($238.96) per winter month. This is in comparison to one thousand three hundred six dollars twenty-eight cents ($1,306.28) last winter. That's a one hundred twenty-seven dollars forty-seven cents ($127.47).

Thompson Fuel Oil bills increase by $412.79

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Fuel oil heated homes will pay an average of $412.79 more this winter season. At least 2464 Thompson homes will be affected by the increase

How much will the average Thompson resident spend on fuel oil heating bills this winter?

Fuel oil heating will cost one thousand five hundred forty-one dollars eighty-two cents ($1,541.82) in Thompson this year, that's an average of $two hundred fifty-six dollars ninety-seven cents ($256.97) per winter month. This is in comparison to one thousand one hundred twenty-nine dollars three cents ($1129.03) last winter. That's a four hundred twelve dollars seventy-nine cents ($412.79).

Thompson Natural Gas bills increase by $651.3

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Electricity heated homes will pay an average of $651.3 more this winter season. At least 75 Thompson homes will be affected by the increase

How much will the average Thompson household spend on natural gas heating bills this winter?

Natural Gas heating will cost one thousand three hundred thirty dollars sixty-five cents ($1,330.65) in Thompson this year, that's an average of $two hundred twenty-one dollars seventy-eight cents ($221.78) per winter month. This is in comparison to six hundred seventy-nine dollars thirty-five cents ($679.35) last winter. That's a six hundred fifty-one dollars twenty-nine cents ($651.3).

Thompson Propane bills increase by $354.15

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Electricity heated homes will pay an average of $354.15 more this winter season. At least 231 Thompson homes will be affected by the increase

How much will the average Thompson household spend on propane heating bills this winter?

Propane heating will cost one thousand eight hundred thirty-three dollars twenty-nine cents ($1,833.29) in Thompson this year, that's an average of $three hundred five dollars fifty-five cents ($305.55) per winter month. This is in comparison to one thousand three hundred six dollars twenty-eight cents ($1,479.14) last winter. That's a one hundred twenty-seven dollars forty-seven cents ($354.15).

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This winter, energy efficient Thompson homes will save roughly $147.43 and $637.33.

What happens in a HES energy audit?

Households participating in "Home Energy Solutions" energy audit receive  an average of $1,350 in value and $450 in annual energy savings from a single 4-6 hour visit. If you're income eligible, this service is free-of-charge! Otherwise, the co-pay is only $50 thanks to support provided by the state of Connecticut and our local utility companies.

Thompson homes using electricity as their primary heating fuel that perform energy efficiency upgrades may expect to save between $401.15 and $637.33. That's between $66.86 and $106.22 each month!

In other words, more efficient electrically heated homes pay only $1,032.60 and the most efficient pay around $796.43 instead of about $1,433.76 for the entire winter season.

Thompson homes that use natural gas as their primary heating fuel that perform energy efficiency upgrades may expect to save between $147.43 and $295.7 just in this winter season. That's between $24.57 and $49.28 each month!

In other words, more efficient natural gas heated homes pay only $1,183.22 and the most efficient pay around $1,034.95 instead of about $1,330.65 for the entire winter season.

(Based on Eversource Energy Calculator and Consumption & Price Data from the Energy Information administration)

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A "Home Energy Solutions" energy audit provides expert diagnostics, upgrade recommendations and weatherization services. The service also qualifies you for advantageous Energize CT rebates and financial incentives to improve your energy efficiency and home comfort. The average participating household receives $1,350 of value from weatherization services and saves an annual average of $450 on utility bills. All this, from single 4-6 hour visit.

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The data provided on this page is a set of estimates in order to provide to the best of our ability predictions as to what prices may look like in your city. There may be differences between what you see here and your actual bills. Though we do our best to constantly update and improve our predictive methods, the tool and data provided does not constitute legal or financial advice and we provide no warranties as to its accuracy. Please also conduct further research and consult your utility for details on your specific utility usage.

Next data update: March 25th 2022

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