Sponsors of a Senate climate and energy bill hope a U.S. EPA analysis showing a modest increase on household energy costs will create a wave of new momentum for their legislation. Sens. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) released EPA's analysis of their cap-and-trade bill today, which states the measure would cost households between $80 and $150 annually over the next 40 years. The analysis also shows that households' energy bills will decrease through 2030 under the bill.