Hearings set on electric rates

Regulators are investigating claims that some power suppliers are charging nearly double the rate the two regulated utilities in Connecticut are charging.

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MILFORD - Customers across the state who feel they are being overcharged for electricity will soon have a chance to voice their concerns.

The state's utility regulators have set up four public hearings.

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The first is Feb. 19 at Milford City Hall.

Regulators are investigating claims that some power suppliers are charging nearly double the rate the two regulated utilities in Connecticut are charging.

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