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Top executives who manage electricity distribution on Long Island could have to make their salaries public. That's one part of a package of bills to hold Long Island Power Authority and its service provider, PSEG Long Island, accountable and transparent. / Flickr

Connecticut’s two largest electric utilities have appealed millions of dollars in state-mandated profit reductions.

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PSEG Long Island said it's prepared for the summer hurricane season after “storm hardening” infrastructure was put in place.

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The Long Island Power Authority said the system that’s used by PSEG Long Island to communicate outages and power restoration has taken too long to be fixed. The system was to blame for the utility’s poor response to Tropical Storm Isaias last summer.

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Bridgeport, Connecticut, residents who are ratepayers at United Illuminating could expect to see a credit on their statement in August.