NStar Proposes Lowering Natural Gas Rates To 2002 Levels

September 18, 2012 12:00 AM
NStar Proposes Lowering Natural Gas Rates To 2002 Levels
" BOSTON (AP) — NStar is proposing lowering natural gas rates to their lowest level in a decade.

NStar Gas announced Tuesday that it has submitted a new supply rate proposal that if approved by state regulators would lower the average heating customer’s bill by more than $15 a month compared to last year.

The proposed new rate would bill customers 57.32 cents per therm, down 18 percent from last year’s price of about 70 cents.

Residential heating customers typically use an average of 131 therms of gas per month between November and May "

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