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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.

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.

Hemp, ballots, holding utilities accountable on Lamont’s agenda for special session

Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano (R-North Haven) called Lamont’s agenda “a disappointing display of one-party rule and partisan politics."

PURA extends enrollment period for Covid-19 payment program

Any customer enrolled in a Covid-19 Payment Program who is current with their payment terms cannot be disconnected, even once the Shut-off Moratoriums have concluded.

‘Sorry for the stress’ of Isaias response, Eversource CEO tells CT...

“I agree I’m extremely well compensated,” Eversource head James J. Judge said about the $19.8 million he was paid last year. “I know how well I’m paid. I also know that the compensation is very much in line with CEOs of similar sized utilities.”

Eversource under fire as PURA hearings get underway

“This is not a time to just speak out and then go back to business,” Gov. Ned Lamont said. “Let’s not let this crisis go to waste.”

Fairfield County pols look to revive consumer protection bill; Eversource says...

“As this was an act of nature, we don’t provide reimbursement," an Eversource spokesman said, "but we encourage our customers to reach out to their insurance carrier to see if it’s in their homeowner’s or renter’s policy.”

$1.5B class-action suit filed against Eversource

Attorney General William Tong wants Eversource and United Illuminating to immediately reimburse consumers for lost food and prescriptions using shareholder, not ratepayer, funds.

Thousands of Eversource customers still without power in Fairfield County as...

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) has asked Eversource to provide refunds to customers and hold off on rate increases and/or charges for restoring power; Eversource Chairman, President and CEO James J. Judge declined, the senator said.