Bidenconomy: One In Six American Homes Behind On Energy Bills

Not that Biden and his people care. The high prices help get Americans used to the high prices we’ll pay with “green” alternatives

‘I expect a tsunami of shutoffs’: 20M American households now can’t afford to pay their utility bills on time — here are 3 simple ways to drop your monthly costs

The U.S. consumer price index rose 8.5% in July from a year ago — down from a 40-year high of 9.1% in June. But hot inflation continues to hit consumers hard.

According to the National Energy Assistance Directors Association, roughly 20 million households in the U.S. — one out of six homes — are behind on their utility bills.

The consequences could be dire.

“I expect a tsunami of shutoffs,” Jean Su, a senior attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity, tells Bloomberg.

Electricity prices have spiked due to the skyrocketing cost of natural gas. According to the Energy Information Administration, natural gas is the biggest source of electricity generation in the U.S.

A year ago, natural gas traded at $4.31 per metric million British thermal unit. Today, it’s at $9.34 per MMBtu.

And, with coal plants (which I’m not a fan of) being shut off, requiring all this expensive, unreliable green energy, prices are spiking. State governments banning drilling for natural gas. But, hey, you can get LEDs!

To lower the lighting portion of your electricity bill, consider LED bulbs. They consume up to 90% less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs and can last up to 25 times longer.

Right, right, that makes a huge difference to those seeing big spikes. You can also spend a whole lot of money to seal and insulate

You might want to consider air sealing your house and adding insulation. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that by doing so, homeowners can save about 15% on heating and cooling costs, or an average of 11% on their total energy costs.

Yeah, because those who are behind have the money, you know. What of those in rentals? You can also line dry your clothes!

Project Laundry List — a website that promotes the benefits of line drying — says switching to line drying can reduce your electricity bill by more than $25 per month. Plus, sunlight can work as a natural bleaching agent and disinfectant.

These moonbats really are divorced from what the average citizen is going through. I do love the photo used

The girl from the distracted boyfriend meme. He’s from other photos with her in it.

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2 Responses to “Bidenconomy: One In Six American Homes Behind On Energy Bills”

  1. Professor hale says:

    No worries. Those are the people who are getting evicted anyway. They need to learn to stop using heat in the winter and AC in the summer… like the Europeans. So, it’s their own fault for glutonously using energy.

  2. Professor hale says:

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that by doing so, homeowners can save about 15% on heating and cooling costs,

    Isn’t insulation magical? No matter how much you already have, if you add more, you can save 15% of your energy bills.

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