Many Massachusetts electric customers can expect an increase in their today's top stories NStar and National Grid said the electricity they have purchased An afternoon recap of the day's most important business news.
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Business winter electric rates rising nstar national grid yhmy wapm vkchivhd story -- journey fastIf built, the projects are expected to help lower local natural gas prices. Company Urges Customers to Use Energy Efficiency Tools as Electric Bills Increase, Natural Gas Bills Decrease Starting in November. Everything you positively need to know to have fun in Montreal. So has alarm over its depiction of suicide. Sign up for more newsletters here. Demand, lack of capacity cited. The utility has not received a distribution rate increase for six years, she said. SUBSCRIBE NOW Get unlimited access to cnreports.info today.
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Reed said the increases are necessary due to rising costs of materials such as copper, as well as other expenses. The supply issues should not have as much of an effect on heating bills for households that use natural gas. The utilities make money through charges for carrying the electricity from the power plants to customers. Thanks for signing up. As a pipes-and-wires company, National Grid does not make more money when customers use more gas or electricity, so when customers consume more than forecasted, the company refunds that excess the next year. Gas rates will be one to three percent lower than last year, but using more natural gas for home heating as the weather cools down means that gas bills will rise for most customers as they do every winter. National Grid has a three decade history of helping New England customers realize energy savings through energy efficiency programs.