National Grid customers to see electricity bills drop beginning April 1

THE R.I. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION on Monday voted to extend its decision halting utility company shutoffs through April 15, impacting companies such as National Grid Rhode Island. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARK S. MURPHY
THE R.I. PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION on Monday voted to extend its decision halting utility company shutoffs through April 15, impacting companies such as National Grid Rhode Island. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARK S. MURPHY
WARWICK – Rhode Island residents and businesses will see their monthly electricity bills drop significantly beginning April 1. The R.I. Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved National Grid Rhode Island’s standard offer services – the electricity rates offered to residential, commercial and industrial customers – for the six months beginning April 1. The approved…

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