Utilities

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The Long Island Power Authority has sued PSEG-Long Island for $70 million over the utility company’s poor response to widespread outages after Tropical Storm Isaias during the summer.

Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority has made changes to how electricity providers in the state charge for the ‘delivery’ portion of resident’s electric bills.

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High winds and low temperatures across Connecticut have knocked out power for about two thousand customers ahead of Tuesday’s vote day.

Cuomo Utility Reform Bills Target L.I. Water Company

Oct 29, 2020
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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has released a wide-ranging reform of utility companies in the state. The measures include steeper penalties for companies that fail to respond to outages with speed or communicate the restoration process with customers.

Conn. Gov. Ned Lamont
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Governors of five Northeast states are calling for reforms of the operator of the region’s power grid, ISO New England.

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