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

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Connecticut regulators have determined that Eversource and United Illuminating failed to meet acceptable performance standards in their preparation and response to Tropical Storm Isaias last summer.

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Connecticut regulators have rejected a proposal from Eversource and United Illuminating to begin disconnecting service to customers with unpaid bills.

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United Illuminating will give its ratepayers more than $46 million in COVID-19 relief, in the form of credit on bills through the end of 2022. That’s according to a deal struck with the state of Connecticut and announced Wednesday.

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Eversource Energy is expecting regulators to allow the utility company to charge customers to pay back millions of dollars in costs from their response to Tropical Storm Isaias last summer.

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