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Legislature To Hold Hearing On AG's Request To End Residential Electric Choice

April 09,2018

The Massachusetts Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy will convene a hearing on the state Attorney General's call to end electric choice for residential customers, after the AG said that Massachusetts residential electricity consumers who took service from a competitive supplier paid a total of $176.8 million more than they would have paid if they had received basic service from their electric company over the course of two years (see story on the AG's study and request here)

See more on the hearing in the Sentinel and Enterprise

Massachusetts   Deregulation   Electric Choice  

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