HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Congressman Joe Courtney are urging state regulators to reject most of a request by Connecticut Light & Power Co. to charge customers $414 million for costs related […]
Hartford-based Northeast Utilities is disputing allegations by Connecticut officials that the company broke a requirement to notify the state of any layoffs.
Following 18 months of federal and state review, Northeast Utilities has closed on its $5 billion purchase of NStar, creating the biggest utility in New England.
Massachusetts regulators have approved Northeast Utilities’ $5 billion purchase of a Massachusetts energy company, clearing the way for the formation of one of the biggest U.S. utility companies.
The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has given preliminary approval to a plan for Hartford-based Northeast Utilities, to merge with Boston-based NSTAR.
Connecticut’s consumer counsel is backing a proposed agreement that would see Northeast Utilities purchase a Massachusetts energy company for $4.9 billion.
Connecticut utility customers will get a $25 million credit after Northeast Utilities’ purchase of NStar is approved by the state.
Power provider NRG Energy Inc. wants Connecticut to require Northeast Utilities to agree to buy power from an alternative energy plant as a condition of the utility’s $4.8 billion purchase of Boston-based NStar.
Connecticut regulators say they won’t approve Northeast Utilities’ proposed multibillion-dollar purchase of Massachusetts electric company NStar unless the companies show the deal would be in the “public interest.”
The Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has ruled that it will review the proposed merger of Northeast Utilities and Massachusetts-based NSTAR.