Are you a low-income customer in Denver, Colorado looking for special programs or services from the natural gas company? If so, Xcel Energy, the natural gas provider in Denver, has recently announced that customers' household electricity bills will drop by an average of 56 cents compared to their March bill, a decrease of 2.7%. This is due to the fact that Xcel also uses natural gas to generate part of its electricity. Colorado Natural Gas offers additional assistance to those with low incomes, and relies on help from LEAP (Low-Income Energy Assistance Program). If you are a residential customer, Colorado Natural Gas can postpone the interruption of gas service for up to 60 days if a medical certificate issued by a Colorado licensed doctor or health professional confirms that the interruption of service will exacerbate an existing medical emergency or create a medical emergency for you or a permanent resident of your home.
For more information on special programs and services for low-income customers in Denver, Colorado, contact FOR MY HEAT at 1-855-469-432. The global natural gas prices have also been reduced due to a mild winter in Europe, as well as the rapid adjustments made by European countries to the loss of natural gas sources caused by Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the sabotage of a North Sea gas pipeline. This means that customers in Denver may be able to take advantage of lower prices and special programs from their natural gas provider.