State Regulator Says Eversource Failed In Its Response to August Outages
How many days were you out of power last summer after Tropical Storm Isaias?
The outages last August impacted hundreds of thousands of residents. Some lasted more than a week.
This hour, we talk with Marissa Gillett, Chairman of PURA, Connecticut’s utility regulator. The agency investigated how the state’s two major electric companies dealt with the storm and issued a final decision.
What will it mean for consumers?
- Patrick Skahill - Reporter for Connecticut Public Radio, covering science and the environment
- Marissa Gillett - Chairman of Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA)
Cat Pastor contributed to this show.