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State approves electric rate hike

Electric rates are going up for anyone who's a customer of Connecticut Light & Power. State regulators gave final approval to the utility's proposed rate hike. It will cost consumers about $100

News 12 Staff

Dec 18, 2014, 5:05 PM

Updated 3,469 days ago

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Electric rates are going up for anyone who's a customer of Connecticut Light & Power.
State regulators gave final approval to the utility's proposed rate hike.
It will cost consumers about $100 million, about half of what CL&P initially asked for.
The average residential customer will see their bill increase by about $7.


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