How should the state respond to Rhode Island Energy’s request to raise winter electric rates by $50 per month?

RHODE ISLAND ENERGY has proposed increasing winter electricity rates by an average of $50 a month beginning Oct. 1. /COURTESY PPL CORP.
Blaming rising demand for natural gas, inflation and the war in Ukraine, Rhode Island Energy has proposed raising winter electric rates by an average of $50 per month beginning Oct. 1. The R.I. Public Utilities Commission is reviewing the proposal and has already heard concerns, including from Gov. Daniel J. McKee. In a letter, McKee…

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