Editorial: We simply can’t afford another Eversource rate hike


An editorial recently published in The Recorder highlights the financial burden a proposed Eversource rate hike would have on Massachusetts residents.

"The typical residential bill would increase about $11.64 a month, roughly 10 percent in 2018. That money would help the electric utility address what it calls a 'revenue deficiency' of $35.7 million in Western Massachusetts, which it says was caused by investments in maintaining and modernizing its distribution system – for the benefit of its customers."

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