State Officials Urge Michiganders to Lock in Fuel Prices Now
State officials are urging Michiganders to lock in fuel prices now, well ahead of the heating season.
According to the Michigan Agency for Energy, It is wise to sign contracts soon – instead of waiting until the winter when demand is higher.
They say acting now can result in significant savings.
More than 8 percent of Michigan households use propane as their primary heating fuel, and the state leads the nation in total residential propane consumption.
To assist propane customers with their decisions, the MAE offers a propane consumer tips sheet with useful advice on selecting a propane provider.
And while propane prices are not regulated, the MAE does monitor supplies and averages residential prices on its website during the heating season.
For more information, log onto the MAE’s website.