HARTFORD, CT (WCBS 880) – As many as 200,000 of the more than 800,000 Connecticut Light & Power customers who were without power following the freak October snowstorm were left in the dark for a week or more.

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Those customers are eligible for rebates, according to CL&P spokesman Mitch Gross.

“We have $30 million that have been set aside by the parent company – Northeast Utilities – and that’s important to also point out this is not costing customers anything. This is company money,” Gross told WCBS 880 Connecticut Bureau Chief Fran Schneidau.

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Gross says customers who were without power for at least a week are eligible for refunds of up to $200 – money that will be credited to their February bills.

To apply visit the CL&P website or call 888-566-9257.

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