Petition Closed
Petitioning Connecticut's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority and 3 others
This petition will be delivered to:
Connecticut's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority
PURA Chairman
Arthur House
PURA Vice Chairman
Jack Betkoski
PURA Director
Michael Caron

Connecticut's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority: Say NO to CL&P's Requested $462 Million Ratepayer Bailout of Storm Expenses

CL&P spent the better part of two decades reducing workforce and deferring maintenance in the name of greater profit margins. Connecticut suffered significant and lengthy power outages after a number of storms that crippled our economy and put our citizens at risk. The company communicated poorly, did not pay out of state crews promptly, and eventually apologized for their incompetent management.

Now they want the families and businesses of Connecticut to pay the bill for their neglect. They are petitioning state regulators to force ratepayers to pay for the damages caused by the storm.

By signing this petition you will let our state regulators know that we've had enough. A copy of each signature will be emailed to officials who will make this $400 million decision.  Help them understand that CL&P should pay for its negligence out of its profits - not our pockets.


Letter to
Connecticut's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority
PURA Chairman Arthur House
PURA Vice Chairman Jack Betkoski
and 1 other
PURA Director Michael Caron
CL&P spent the better part of two decades reducing workforce and deferring maintenance in the name of greater profit margins. Connecticut suffered significant and lengthy power outages after a number of storms that crippled our economy and put our citizens at risk. The company communicated poorly, did not pay out of state crews promptly, and eventually apologized for their incompetent management.

Now they want the families and businesses of Connecticut to pay the bill for their neglect. They are petitioning state regulators to force ratepayers to pay for the damages caused by the storm.

Please say NO to CL&P's requested $462 million bailout.