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State senate investigates utilities

The New York State Senate’s Committee on Investigations and Government Operations has opened an investigation into the pricing and billing practices of utilities and...

Three CMEEC officers convicted of misusing funds

The trio faces a maximum term of imprisonment of 10 years.

Eversource warns of 14% increase in customers’ winter bills as it...

Eversource President and CEO Joe Nolan said the company has "solidified our standing as one of the nation’s most sustainable utilities."

Tentative agreement will see Eversource pay back millions to customers affected...

If approved, the deal would direct $65 million in Eversource funds to be immediately returned to customers in the form of two credits on their December and January bills.

New focus for environmental justice: Affordability, accountability and well-paying jobs

"We all need to be at the planning table together," said Brenda Watson of Operation Fuel.

NYSEG starts circuit upgrade project for Pound Ridge, Lewisboro customers

The work is located in the southeastern area of the towns near the Connecticut border.

PURA recovers $9.4M for ratepayers overbilled by retail electric suppliers

Bill credits for affected customers have been in the process of being applied to monthly electric bills since mid-2020, and will continue through the rest of 2021. 

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.

Aquarion Water Co. absorbing New England Service Co.

Over the last 10 years, Bridgeport-based Aquarion has integrated over 70 water systems into its operations.

NY state reaches record $72M settlement with Altice over Isaias failures

The company will also spend $63.94 million to improve its planning for and response to future severe weather events.

CT agreement with United Illuminating: No rate increases until 2023

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

Gov. Lamont and AG Tong call for extending moratorium on utility...

PURA has neither extended the expired moratorium nor declared it officially terminated.

Average household pays $21K per year on recurring bills

New York was cited for high housing costs and low health insurance expenses.

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.