The head of the soon-to-be-established Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said Monday that Connecticut ratepayers should begin to see the cost of energy fall in six months to a year.
Commissioner Dan Esty said in an interview with The Associated Press that he expects a “measurable rate reduction” as a result of state legislation enacted earlier this month that brings the state deeper into the purchase of electricity.
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