Hidden hike in Con Edison deal

 

AARP — which wants the state to set up a new agency to advocate for consumers on public utility issues — says there’s a rate hike stashed on the back endĀ of Con Edison’s proposed rate freeze. See my coverage of this topic on The Wall Street Journal’s Metropolis blog.

Also, here’s a link to AARP’s original news release on the proposal. The Public Service Commission is expected to vote on the deal at a meeting in February.

About Bill Sanderson

I'm a New York-based journalist, and a former reporter at the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire, the Bergen Record in New Jersey, and the New York Post. My work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch.com and Politico New York. Twitter: @wpsanderson.
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