Public Utilities Commission: no shutoffs through April 15

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 – State-regulated utility companies can’t shut off service for customers through at least April 15 under a decision made by the R.I. Public Utilities Commission on Monday. The decision extends a prior mandate from the commission temporarily suspending collections-related activities through March 30 for non-residential customers due to economic pressures caused by the COVID-19…

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