Q. My gas bill has been getting bigger every year for the last few winters. Is there anything I can do to cut back on my HVAC System's energy usage? I keep my thermostat about as low as I can.
A. A lot of people are in the same boat as you because natural gas prices, especially in the Midwest, have soared in the last few years. One way we've helped customers cope is with Trane's Hybrid Heat system. It's a high-efficiency natural gas furnace combined with a high-efficiency electric heat pump. It's often referred to as a "dual fuel" system.
Q. Who are these people who keep pestering me about switching from Duke to some other gas provider?
A. They are alternate fuel providers that may be able to save you money on the Natural Gas you use to heat your home. They sell you the NG at a fixed rate over the year. Duke sells you the NG at different prices thru the year based on their actual cost at the time of delivery.
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