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Connecticut Electric Customers Could See Major Switch in Service

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NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters has been investigating problems with Connecticut's competitive electricity market.  As part of their coverage, they highlight legislation currently being considered by state lawmakers that could result in 880,000 customers of CL&P and UI having their electricity supplier switched to another company without their consent.  AARP is strongly opposed to this legislation because it could result in higher electricity rates for all Connecticut residential customers in the future.  Watch the Troubleshooters report below featuring AARP's John Erlingheuser and then  Send an Email to your legislator and the Governor to tell them that you oppose their Energy Auction plan!

See also: AARP Opposes Energy Auction Proposal in Governor's Budget


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