CT Mirror/AARP Google Hangout: Banning variable electric rates
Connecticut’s consumer counsel, the Senate co-chairman of the legislature’s Energy and Technology Committee, and the AARP’s director of advocacy explained their proposed ban on variable electric rates for residential customers in The Connecticut Mirror’s first Google Hangout of the 2015 session.
Consumer Counsel Elin Swanson Katz, Sen. Paul Doyle, D-Wethersfield and John Erlingheuser of AARP were quizzed by Mark Pazniokas, the Mirror’s Capitol bureau chief. The session was sponsored by AARP. Republican members of the committee declined to participate.
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