Minnesotans who have trouble paying their energy bills will be protected from the cold again soon. Xcel Energy said the Cold Weather Rule will go into place starting on Tuesday, Oct. 15, and will remain in effect until April 15.
The cold weather has settled in, which means Minnesotans are turning up the heat. But kicking your furnace into high gear can be expensive, especially if you haven’t given it proper maintenance.
It’s that time of year to rake the leaves — bags upon bags can be seen lining the streets.
We could probably all use a little help cutting down on energy costs, considering the average Minnesotan will spend around $700 this winter heating their homes.
Minnesota will receive $73 million in federal funds to help low-income Minnesotans pay their heating bills, the Minnesota Department of Commerce announced Saturday.
This week an awful lot of us fired up our furnaces for the first time. And for some, including a Minneapolis family, there are problems.
Minnesotans who have trouble paying their energy bills will be protected from the cold again soon.
The Minnesota Twins open their season Friday in Toronto and open their second season at Target Field a week from Friday against Oakland. So, if the weather doesn’t warm up much by then, now fans will be a bit better off than last year.
When the snow fell in mid-December, the Metrodome roof came down. When the snow fell this weekend, the Metrodome heat went up.
Requests for heating aid are on a record pace for central Minnesota.
Minnesota’s “Cold Weather Rule” takes effect this coming Friday.