Rhode Island Energy warns of higher heating bills starting Nov. 1

RHODE ISLAND ENERGY has proposed increasing winter natural gas rates by an average of $19 a month beginning Nov. 1. /COURTESY PPL CORP.
PROVIDENCE – It’s going to be an expensive winter for Rhode Island residents and businesses, with Rhode Island Energy warning of higher heating costs amid global unrest and demand surges. The state’s primary gas and electric company on Thursday issued a statement based on new filings to state utility regulators for natural gas rates. If…

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