Home Energy Affordability Gap In Connecticut Is $399 MillionWhile last year's lower fuel prices helped to decrease the gap between what struggling Connecticut families can afford to pay for energy and what they actually paid, there are concerns fuel prices will be higher this winter.
Fuel Assistance Agency Set To Take ApplicationsAs the cold weather months approach, a state non-profit that assists those struggling to pay their energy bills is gearing up for the season.
Operation Fuel Appealing For Donations
Energy Affordability Study Being Released
Conn. Report On Fuel Affordability To Be Unveiled
Summer Utility Assistance Program Available For Needy Residents
Heating Assistance Organization Stops Taking Requests, For NowBecause of a demand for assistance, the weather, and the price of heating a home, Operation Fuel has stopped taking applications for energy assistance.
Operation Fuel Seeks Donations For Energy Assistance Fund
"Op Fuel" Out Of Funds

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