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.
The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority held a public forum Thursday night at the Farmington Senior Center where residents could voice their concerns with competitive electric suppliers.
Connecticut utility regulators gave final approval Friday to a plan to expand natural gas service to about 280,000 new customers throughout the state over the next decade.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Regulators in Connecticut will review the decision by Northeast Utilities to eliminate 200 information technology jobs. The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority told state Attorney General George Jepsen and Consumer Counsel Elin […]
Connecticut regulators have issued a draft ruling approving a massive expansion of natural gas service across the state.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen wants at least $90-million dollars in rate hikes sought by Connecticut Light & Power.
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut regulators were set to begin a week-long series of hearings to determine who will pay for an ambitious multimillion-dollar plan by the state’s three utilities to connect about 280,000 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Connecticut Light and Power says the five major storms the last two years have cost it $462.4 million dollars — and it is asking permission to pass $414 million of that on to ratepayers starting in December of next year.