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Like the majority of residential electric customers across the state accolade for increases of up to $80 per month on their electric billsConnecticut lawmakers at the state and federal levels pledge to do everything they can to soften the blow from the increases and make changes to the rate-setting process that continues to allow them to escalate.
Thursday’s submission of production costs for the first half of 2023 by Eversource Energy and The United Illuminating Co. sparked a torrent of outrage against distribution companies and calls for a special session of the Connecticut General Assembly. The two former state utilities presented on Thursday what it would cost them to procure electricity for standard service customers for the first six months of next year.
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