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Residents across Connecticut are complaining about abnormally high electric bills from Eversource Energy and United Illuminating.
CONNECTICUT (WTNH) — 24 hours after Tropical Storm Isaias brought destructive winds through Connecticut, Gov. Ned Lamont called on Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) to investigate the state’s public utility companies for their response efforts to the storm. PHOTOS: Damage from Tropical Storm Isaias across the state Isaias brought more than 700,000 power outages across […]
Residents across Connecticut have been complaining about seemingly random, abnormal price hikes in their Eversource energy bills this month. Now, the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) is investigating.
Eversource releases town-by-town list of estimated restoration times; Gov. Lamont wants list to serve as ‘deadlines’
As crews continue working throughout the weekend, Eversource has released a town-by-town list of estimated restoration times.
Class-action lawsuit filed against Eversource over Isaias response demands over $1.5 billion in damages
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Eversource on behalf of Connecticut homeowners and a business owner who lost power during the massive, long-term power outage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias last week.
Capitol Report: Eversource working to restore power to hundreds of thousands, to answer questions around recent price hikes
Tropical Storm Isaias smacked Connecticut in the face Tuesday, plunging much of the state into darkness. Trees took down power lines all over the state. And in the wake of the storm, Governor Ned Lamont is not going easy on local utilities, especially Eversource.
Outrage over how the state’s power companies responded to Tropical Storm Isaias, and now Governor Ned Lamont now is calling for an investigation as hundreds of thousands remain in the dark.
Town leaders in western CT say Eversource failed to prepare well for storm damage, number of outages after Isaias
Many elected officials in Connecticut, including Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, say Eversource wasn’t prepared for Tropical Storm Isaias and didn’t act quickly enough to get residents back on the grid.
Attorney General William Tong’s office announced Tuesday that the AG has escalated his legal actions against Eversource and United Illuminating (UI) for what he calls their “failed storm response.”