The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority cut the increase in its “fixed rate” charges sought by Connecticut Light and Power — but the draft decision still means a $19.25/monthly service charge for residential customers, up from $16 at present,
Connecticut’s attorney general and consumer advocate warned electricity customers on Thursday about price spikes by some power suppliers that are nearly double what the two regulated utilities are charging.
Ford plans to unveil at this month’s International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) a solar-powered concept car.
The United Illuminating Co. is surveying customers to find out what they thought of the utility’s work restoring power during and after Superstorm Sandy.
Connecticut utility companies say all polling places in the state will have power on Election Day on Tuesday, although some might be running on generator power.
Connecticut’s largest utility is handling large-scale power outages following Superstorm Sandy as it did after last year’s destructive autumn snow storm in nearly every way but one: no restoration projections.
Connecticut’s governor says he expects Monday night’s high tide will cause flooding that will take out power substations and sewage treatment facilities along the state’s shoreline.
Workers at Connecticut’s largest utility may inch closer to a strike when they vote Thursday and Friday on a contract offer that the union’s leadership has recommended be rejected.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has launched a review of standards used to measure the overall service quality of local utility companies to determine if they are adequate.
Electric customers in Connecticut will pay lower electric bills as a result of falling natural gas prices and other costs.