The latest news on heating
A colder winter means consumers will be using more energy, and more money, to heat their homes.
Consumers may be more open to fracking after seeing heating-bill savings.
New material could decrease the cost of heating and cooling buildings.
Mammals' body temperatures may represent balance between warding off fungi and limiting food needs.
Folks sweating out the heat wave battering parts of the country may just have to get used to it.
How to make sure you're not paying more than you need to.
Heating assistance for low-income families may get renewed attention.
With households facing a winter of record high heating costs, state energy officials from across the country were in Washington today urging Congress to increase funding for energy assistance improvements to homes and for assistance to low-income families having trouble paying utility bills.