Connecticut Light & Power

by Donny on March 2, 2011

Connecticut is one of several states to be deregulated, which means citizens have the option of choosing the cheapest electricity rates and providers for their commercial businesses.

Residents in states that aren’t deregulated don’t have a say in who provides their energy, it’s up to the local government.

Many residents have Connecticut Light & Power as their home provider and many business owners have chosen the company to provide their commercial electricity.

The Better Business Bureau gave the company an A+, and many of its customers seem to be pleased with the company as well.

Light and Power services in cities like Hartford, Hamden, New Haven, Bloomfield, Middletown and more, but it also services outside of the state in places like Pennsylvania and many others.

If you’re in the state of Connecticut and are in the market for a new electricity plan, Connecticut Light and Power may be the best deal for you.

To find out if this provider is the one for you, you can shop and compare different rates in your area before signing up with the one that best fits your situation.

Just type your zip code into our compare box to begin.

After you do this, if you still have further questions, comments or concerns, please feel free to give us a call anytime at 1-800-971-4020 to speak to one of our expert energy consultants.

CL&P was founded on August 9, 1917 when electricity was mainly for trolleys and other industrial purposes.

The company continued to expand in the 1950s and 1960s as it expanded into nearly a dozen states.

Hartford Electric Light Company (HELCO) and Western Massachusetts Electric Company (WMECO) were formed in 1955.

Early in the 21st Century, Connecticut joined the few states that were already deregulated and still continues to attempt to satisfy all its customers’ needs to this day.

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