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National Grid rate hike could actually lower bills

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New power rates, coupled with expiring surcharges, could mean overall lower power bills for National Grid customers, according to a company filing this week. The filing comes as the company petitions the state Public Service Commission to increase rates. There is still some process to go through before the rates are finalized. If approved, they would go into effect April 1 and the plan would run for three years, officials said. “The rate plan has ...

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November 1, 2012
11:26 p.m.

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And if you believe that, you probably also believed ATM's would lower banking fees and oil revenue would pay for the Iraqi invasion.

It's called a sales pitch, PSC.