Energy

Auctioning Off Connecticut Electric Customers Dies In General Assembly

June 1, 2013
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A proposal to sell the electricity bills of about 800,000 Connecticut residents to bring in $80 million for the state budget is dead. The proposal, which was opposed by about 55 rank-and-file Democratic lawmakers in the House, was pulled from the $43.8 billion, two-year state budget being negotiated behind closed doors. Lawmakers cheered its...

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Low Rate Financing For Connecticut Residents To Upgrade Their Central Air Systems

May 29, 2013
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‘Energize’ Your Central Air System with Upgrades; Cash in with Rebates through the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund   Customers can receive up to $1,000 in rebates toward a quality installed central air system and finance their upgrades or purchases at a low rate  Did you know that heating and cooling costs the average homeowner...

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CashHeatingOil.com: The Easy Way To Find Cheap Heating Oil

April 12, 2013
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It’s not the flashiest website you have ever seen, but CashHeatingOil.com can save you a lot of time and hassle and possibly get you the cheapest price for home heating oil. The website is only for those who can pay cash on delivery or pay with a credit card. Instead of trying to find...

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AARP Survey: Seniors In Connecticut Oppose Mandatory Electric Energy Auction

April 11, 2013
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Connecticut seniors, according to a new poll by AARP, oppose a controversial plan that would completely deregulate electric markets in Connecticut. AARP said Thursday that its recent poll showed that seven out of 10 seniors oppose the plan which includes forcing the 800,000 residential and commercial customers who now purchase their electricity from CL&P...

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