Refunds From Freak Snowstorm Headed To CL&P Customers

HARTFORD, CT (CBSNewYork) – Connecticut Light & Power customers who lost power for a week or more following the October 29th snowstorm of 2011 will be receiving a credit on their February bill.

WCBS 880 Connecticut Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau On The Story

A company spokesman says each customer will receive a credit of $140.22 and that credit is going out to 192,000 customers.

The company says actually 225,000 customers were eligible, but though every effort was made to contact each one, not every customer could be reached.

These refunds are costing CL&P $27 million.

Are you a Connecticut resident who was left without power? Share your story in the comments section below!


One Comment

  1. Tax paying resident says:

    $140 credit is a joke. I call for a class action lawsuit.

  2. Tax paying resident says:

    I live in Danbury and didn’t have power for 8 Days! It ended up being a transformer blown or some nonsense. I called CLP 2 weeks ago and they told me I would get a $200 credit–wtf is this amount!? There needs to be a class action lawsuit!!

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