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Lamont partners with utilities to ease pain on rate hikes, but...

Tong complained that Connecticut residents “pay far too much for our energy.”

Revenue-rich Eversource, United Illuminating propose up to 50% winter rate hikes

Both companies generated double-digit year-over-year revenue increases in the third quarter.

PURA creates new tier to help lower-income households with electric bills

PURA will review the success of the new tiered system on a biennial basis.

Connecticut’s electric vehicle charger installation program scores a hit

The rebate program for Direct Current Fast Chargers is already fully subscribed.

PURA launches Energy Storage Solutions program

The program is slated to run through the end of 2030.

Fairfield’s Circle Diner finds new savings in energy efficiency

The diner will be able to realize annual savings of around $4,160 annually.

PURA proposes $30M penalty for Eversource’s response to Isaias

In addition, United Illuminating has been assessed a $2.1 million penalty.

PURA rips Eversource, UI for Isaias response; Utilities face loss of...

“Eversource failed and must regain our trust,” declared Attorney General William Tong.

CT agreement with United Illuminating: No rate increases until 2023

"Eversource, the ball is in your court now," said Attorney General William Tong.

Despite Tropical Storm Isaias, Eversource earned $1.2 billion in 2020

Still to be determined is what, if anything, the utility owes customers for food and medication spoilage incurred during the tropical storm.

PURA changes electric rate adjustment process

The agency also launched an initiative to redesign customers’ electric bills.

Lamont signs bill establishing performance-based incentives for utility companies

“Utility companies provide a critical service that can quite literally mean life or death in certain situations, and ratepayers deserve a level of respect that puts them above profits,” the governor said.

State Senate approves ‘Take Back Our Grid’ bill; Eversource responds with...

“The legislation passed tonight includes performance-based regulation which we believe will benefit our customers," Eversource -- roundly criticized for its response to Tropical Storm Isaias -- said.

CT House overwhelmingly passes bill that would force utilities to compensate...

Eversource and United Illuminating would pay a maximum of $250 to each residential customer for spoiled food and medication due to an outage that lasts more than four days from an emergency.