With Spring In Full Swing, Bridging The Energy Affordability Gap
People who live around the poverty line – $23,850 dollars a year for a family of four these days – pay more than they can afford to heat and light their homes. That means energy bills force hard decisions in other areas. And spring, when power bills from the winter start piling up, can be a desperate time.
Dan Boyce from Here & Now contributor Inside Energy has our story.
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