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ElecComm Can Assist Electric Companies with Storm Response

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Attorney General Martha Coakley is seeking $4 million penalty from the Western Massachusetts Electric Company. She says the utility failed to adequately communicate with residents and municipal officials during the October 2011 snow storm.  She is recommending that the state Department of Public Utilities issue the $4 million penalty.

National Grid may be fined $16M for their lack of response during the October snowstorm and hurricane Irene.

The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority in Connecticut said this week that CL&P should be financially penalized for leaving hundreds of thousands of residents across the state without power after the August and October storms.

The October 2011 snow storm left hundreds of thousands of Massachusetts and Connecticut residents without power for as long as 12 days.

ElecComm is there to assist major utility companies and any municipality all over new England with our specialized storm response team. Before the next storm hits, contact us.


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