Hearings set on electric rates

Regulators are investigating claims that some power suppliers are charging nearly double the rate the two regulated utilities in Connecticut are charging. (2/10/14)

MILFORD - Customers across the state who feel they are being overcharged for electricity will soon have a chance to voice their concerns.

The state's utility regulators have set up four public hearings.

The first is Feb. 19 at Milford City Hall.

READ MORE: Connecticut Consumer Stories

Regulators are investigating claims that some power suppliers are charging nearly double the rate the two regulated utilities in Connecticut are charging.

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