Monthly Archives: February 2014

State finally requiring public electricity and gas price data

  It’s been 18 years since New York embarked on its policy of giving consumers a choice of electricity and gas suppliers – and only now is the state planning to offer a reliable way to compare prices among different … Continue reading

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PSC eases back-end Con Ed hike as it approves rate deal

  Members of the Public Service Commission found a way to ease the automatic rate hike Con Edison customers will face if the company decides not to seek new rates for 2016. AARP, which says its members worry about high Con … Continue reading

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It’s July in January for Con Ed electric customers

  With January Con Edison bills now arriving in consumers’ mailboxes, it’s a good time to take another look at this winter’s shockingly high electricity supply charges. The data in this graph comes from a Con Edison residential customer with … Continue reading

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