Thursday, December 30, 2010

Electric rates set to go down

DPUC approved new lower rates for electricity users in CT. CL&P customers should see approx 8% reduction while UI customers will see a more modest 1.5% dip. Read more here.

Still, you may find lower rates from an alternative provider. Click here for a list of providers and prices.

5 comments:

Manchester handyman said...

Can't be anything but a good thing, even if its not forever.

Connecticut Energy said...

Connecticut Energy will lower your CL&P or UI electric bill every month for homes and business in CT Energy Discount. Electric rates set to go down will lower your electric bill even more.

Rick said...

It is great that deregulation is working. The constant pressure of companies that compete against each other to drive down prices will drive down all prices over time. I am not a big fan of most government regulation but this seems to be working!

Agate said...

It is good news actually. Congratulations to all cheapest electricity providers.

mark said...

ambit energy just popped up in ct this past week. their rate is competative at $0.0769 kwh. they also give a point system for travel. like your credit card and frequent flier point building up. pretty sweet if you ask me (a frequent traveler and money saver) if your interested check out the web page mnk.joinambit.com