The chief executive of New England’s power grid manager warned Tuesday that a growing regional dependence on natural gas, combined with supply constraints, is threatening its ability to guarantee electricity whenever and wherever it’s needed.
National Grid is warning customers in New England of a utility bill payment scam.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says her office will defend the more than $24 million in fines issued by state regulators against appeals that have since been filed by three electric utilities.
National Grid is giving a little more leeway to customers struggling to pay their bills.
Attorney General Martha Coakley wants the state to do more to compensate utility customers who suffer lengthy power outages after severe storms.
More than 20,000 people are still in the dark in Worcester alone following that deadly Fall Nor’easter.
Summer is over. But we still have some wonderful days ahead, warm days.
Almost exactly a week after Tropical Storm Irene knocked out power for more than 500,000 Massachusetts residents, service has been restored to almost everyone.
Senator Scott Brown is endorsing a move to force utilities to give rebates for customers who lost power. He also appears ready to engage Warren, who is moving closer to Senate run.
I’m curious to know why the power companies have not yet decided to put power lines underground.
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