New PURA leader Gillett reckons with Connecticut's energy prices
from Hartford Business Journal
As the state embarks on an in-depth review of Connecticut's high electricity prices, the official leading the effort readily admits it will be a challenge to reduce them anytime soon. Marissa P. Gillett, chair of the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA), said recently that affordability across all customer classes will be a focus during her five-year term, but warned that it will likely take a few years to draft and enact policies that have meaningful impacts on Connecticut's ranking as one of the most expensive for energy costs in the lower 48 states.
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