WARWICK – State utility regulators voted Monday to approve higher winter electricity rates, beginning in October, but this time the increases are planned to last all year. National Grid Rhode Island requested the higher rates to help the company pay for higher winter energy purchasing costs. The company had suggested steeper increases lasting only six…
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