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Electric bills to go up in January

Electric bills for customers across the state will be going up in January. State regulators have approved a six-month rate increase for both Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating customers.

News 12 Staff

Nov 18, 2014, 6:05 PM

Updated 3,502 days ago

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Electric bills for customers across the state will be going up in January.
State regulators have approved a six-month rate increase for both Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating customers. 
The increase means CL&P customers will pay about $18 more a month.
It will be about $35 a month more for the average UI customer.
The increase is due to a rise in the price of electricity purchased by the two utilities.


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