Warm weather may cut energy costs along East Coast

BOSTON - Warm weather may cut the amount of energy normally needed for heating at this time of year by 60 to 80 percent across the eastern U.S. early next week, said David Salmon of Weather Derivatives. Temperatures from the upper Great Plains to the East Coast, including New York City and Chicago, are expected…

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