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Connecticut utility customers will get an average of $35 refunded on their bills from Eversource in December and January. It’s part of a $100 million agreement with the state to atone for the company’s flawed response to Tropical Storm Isaias.

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Environmentalists opposed to a proposed $700 million gas-fired electric power plant in northeastern Connecticut vow to continue their fight against the plant despite losing in the state Supreme Court last week.

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Eversource said it will end its moratorium on most residential service disconnections next week.

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Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said residents are paying too much for electricity. He filed a brief this week with the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.

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Electricity generated from wind turbines that are expected to deliver power to the Hamptons will go through the nation’s first offshore electrical substation.