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Electric bills to go down next year

People in southwestern Connecticut will pay less for electricity next year.Connecticut Light and Power says the average customer could see a 7.5 percent decrease, which averages to about $9. This is

News 12 Staff

Dec 23, 2011, 1:40 PM

Updated 4,594 days ago

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People in southwestern Connecticut will pay less for electricity next year.Connecticut Light and Power says the average customer could see a 7.5 percent decrease, which averages to about $9.
This is the lowest rate since 2005 and stems from falling natural gas prices.
United Illuminating customers will see an 8.5 percent drop in their bills.


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