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Spike In Electric Bills Under Investigation (One Customer Reports 66% Jump In Retail Supplier Rate)

February 08,2018



A recent spike in electricity bills is being investigated by Maine regulators, the Portland (ME) Press Herald reports

While a variety of factors have been cited (colder weather, increase in Standard Offer rate, longer billing cycle), at least one customer told the Press Herald that their rate from a competitive retail supplier increased from about 6 cents to 10 cents.

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