The Department of Energy released its winter fuel outlook and found homeowners with natural gas can expect increases in their heating bills of up to 13 percent.
CenterPoint Energy is requesting permission from the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission to modify the rates it charges for natural gas. On Fridaty, the company filed an application to request an increase for monthly basic charges for residential customers.
It’s been sitting empty since last winter. But now, the former Neiman Marcus building in downtown Minneapolis is off the market. The state’s largest gas utility, CenterPoint Energy, has inked a deal to purchased the property, according to Twin Cities Business.
Minneapolis city leaders are considering a major change to who provides electric and natural gas utilities. Right now, more than 180,000 customers in Minneapolis get their power from Xcel Energy and 125,000 get natural gas from CenterPoint Energy. Next week, the public will weigh in on a proposal to make those utilities city-owned.
We are expected to see 90-plus degree weather over the next few days. That will have a lot of air conditioners working overtime.
State investigators say design failures of a natural gas pipeline caused a massive explosion on Saint Patrick’s Day last year in southwest Minneapolis.
Centerpoint Energy says that about 500 customers have fallen victim to a growing scam that claims President Barack Obama will pay their utility bills for them.
An increase in digging projects due to warmer weather has led to more underground natural gas line damage. According to Kris Tande, supervisor of CenterPoint Energy’s damage prevention department, the number of the gas line damages has increased by 50 percent since 2011.
Hundreds of thousands of CenterPoint Energy gas customers could be in store for refund.
Today we talked about Centerpoint Energy’s budget plan.
CenterPoint Energy is reminding homeowners to prevent exposure to carbon monoxide after a rash of CO-poisoning cases in the Twin Cities.
It finally feels like winter. But as you crank up your furnace tonight, remember January’s home heating prices are at a 10-year low, according to CenterPoint Energy.
CenterPoint Energy spokeswoman Rebecca Virden says January’s home heating prices will be the lowest they’ve seen in ten years.
On a night like Tuesday night, just about every Minnesotan is turning on the furnace. But with the average homeowner spending $700 on heating costs in the winter, what can we do to cut our heating bill?
Students had to be evacuated from Mankato East High School after a crew planting trees struck an 8-inch gas line behind the school.