Connecticut Electric Utility Offers Bill Credit to October Storm Victims

Wednesday December 21, 2011
Posted at 16:06
Tags: clp

Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P) has announced the creation of a fund that will provide bill credits to the hardest-hit victims of the October Nor'easter that caused some residents in the utility’s service territory to be without power from Oct. 29 until after Nov. 5.

To qualify for the bill credit, CL&P electric customers must have been without power after noon on Saturday, Nov. 5. The bill credit will be at least $100, but no more than $200, depending on how many eligible customers apply. CL&P began contacting eligible customers on Dec. 7.

Customers must apply for the bill credit no later than 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012. Credits will begin to be applied to customers’ February billing statements.

Customers can apply for the bill credit by calling 888-566-9257 or visiting


How To Apply For CL&P's Storm Credit,” The Hartford Courant, Dec. 12, 2011.

Connecticut Light & Power, “October Nor'easter Enrollment Fund.”


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