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DW Keefer is a Denver-based energy journalist who writes extensively for national and international publications on all forms of electric power generation, utility regulation, business models...

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Under the proposed bill, Connecticut regulators would be able to factor Eversource and Avangrid subsidiary United Illuminating’s past management of the grid into any approval of future rates, and to limit executive pay if it finds utilities did not deliver on expected levels of service.

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Matt Acton on Sep 15, 2020

Yes, there should be some incentive (or penalty) mechanisms to measure and manage system reliability and the return on investment for projects like:

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