CL&P customers to receive rebate

Connecticut Light & Power customers will be seeing credit of about $16 per household.It is the result of a $25 million settlement in the merger

MIDDLETOWN - Connecticut Light & Power customers will be seeing credit of about $16 per household.

It is the result of a $25 million settlement in the merger between Northeast Utilities and Boston-based N Star.

Northeast Utilities is the parent company of CL&P.

The deal also includes $300 million in system upgrades and a temporary freeze on some rate prices.

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