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Unitil settlement proves Healey wrong
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Nov.
By Dan Allegretti After nearly three years of asserting that utility basic service is always a better deal for residential consumers than retail choice, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey just proved herself spectacularly wrong. Here’s what happened. On October 22, 2021, the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities approved a settlement agreement between electric utility company Unitil and the Massachusetts attorney general’s office setting Unitil’s basic service rates. These are the rates paid by Unitil delivery customers who do not choose to buy electricity from a retail provider.
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Oct.
National Energy Efficiency Day
2021
Energy is a critical part of our everyday lives, and it's important to learn how to use it sparingly. According to Energy...
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Oct.
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Sep.
RESA Publishes Competitive & Monopoly Price Trends Based on Most Recent EIA Data
2021
RESA Publishes Competitive & Monopoly Price Trends Based on Most Recent EIA Data
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Sep.
Bringing Energy Choice to Arizona Webinar
2021
The Retail Energy Supply Association
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Jul.
RESA Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Executive Director
2021
Recently, RESA had the privilege of congratulating our Executive Director, Tracy McCormick, for 20 years of service and...
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Jul.
You Have The Power - And Freedom - To Choose
2021
Kristina Montgomery Director, Retail Policy Vistra Corp. An important part of American life is our right to make...

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