RIPUC approves National Grid’s proposed winter electricity rates

NATIONAL GRID RHODE ISLAND commercial and industrial customers will see up to an 11% increase in their electricity bills under winter rates approved by the R.I. Public Utilities Commission. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARK S. MURPHY
WARWICK – National Grid Rhode Island customers will see their monthly electricity bills increase by roughly 10% beginning Oct. 1, according to new rates approved by the R.I. Public Utilities Commission on Tuesday. The approved residential rate of 10.37 cents per kilowatt hours would translate to a 10%, or $10.78, increase, in monthly bills based…

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