Massachusetts AG Secures $1.5 Million in Payback to National Grid Gas Customers
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced on October 12 that her office has negotiated an agreement with National Grid that returns more than $1.5 million to thousands of the utility’s residential gas customers who were wrongfully charged a more expensive rate.
Residential customers who use gas to heat their homes (the residential heating class) generally use more gas and pay a less expensive rate than customers who do not use gas heating (the residential non-heating class). The agreement negotiated by AG Healey involves certain National Grid residential heating customers who were incorrectly charged the more expensive non-heating rate.
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