Connecticut Light & Power
New state data cements consumers complaints about the competitive electric supplier market.
Connecticut regulators are asking the two largest utilities in the state to scale back their tree-trimming programs amid criticism by property owners, government officials, environmental advocates and other groups.
A Connecticut Light & Power spokesman downplayed an executive’s comment that the utility was considering charging property owners when outages are caused by limbs falling from trees they refused to have trimmed.
Workers at Connecticut’s largest utility are headed to New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania to help restore power knocked out by the latest winter storm.
Good marks for Connecticut Light & Power in their Superstorm Sandy restoration efforts. State regulators say the company’s power restoration efforts during Superstorm Sandy were clearly improved compared to previews storms – specifically Tropical Storm […]
By STEPHEN SINGER Associated Press BERLIN, Conn. (AP) _ In the nearly 18 months since a tropical storm and freak October nor’easter wreaked havoc on Connecticut’s electrical system, the state’s biggest utility has been strengthening […]
Connecticut Light & Power has reimbursed a Cheshire woman almost $10,500 after acknowledging it billed her for 25 years for the electricity used to power streetlights near her home.
Contract negotiations between Connecticut Light & Power and its workers have deadlocked in a dispute the union blames on the utility trying to avoid being caught short in a major storm.
Connecticut’s biggest utility is using a helicopter to help string new high-voltage transmission lines for a Connecticut and Massachusetts transmission line upgrade.
In letters and calls to town officials, some Simsbury residents are objecting to Connecticut Light and Power plans to cut down about a hundred trees in part of town.