An energy consumer protection bill passes the CT Senate.
The Connecticut General Assembly moves a bill forward that aims to increase transparency in billing and marketing by electric suppliers as consumer protection has become a greater priority.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Consumer protections that promise more transparent billing and marketing by electric suppliers have unanimously cleared the Connecticut Senate.
The legislation that passed Tuesday directs state regulators to redesign the standard billing format for residential electric customers by July 2015 and the account summary page for online billing. The new bills must display additional account information such as rates, the term and expiration date of current rates and other details.
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