Monthly Archives: October 2013

Settlement talks accelerate in Con Ed rate case

  Con Edison and the state have accelerated talks about cutting a deal in the company’s request for a rate boost. In letter dated Friday and made public on Monday afternoon, the Public Service Commission’s chief administrative law judge appointed … Continue reading

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Who’ll say “Booyah!” when Con Ed’s rate case is decided?

  Here’s the word on New York’s regulation of Con Edison: Booyah! Last week, Con Ed declared a 61.5-cent quarterly dividend. With its shares trading at around $56, that works out roughly to a 4 percent yield for the company’s … Continue reading

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Cuomo urges PSC to reject Con Ed rate hike

  Gov. Cuomo today wrote a letter to the Public Service Commission urging it to reject Con Edison’s request for gas and electric rate hikes. You’ll find the letter here. And here is coverage of the story on The Wall Street … Continue reading

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Consumers would pay in multi-year Con Ed deal

  There’s a wild card in this year’s Con Edison rate case — and if it turns up, consumers could pay. Con Ed, the state and other parties are still jostling over whether the company’s rates will go up or … Continue reading

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