As some people in the Greater Danbury area continue to deal with the aftermath of recent major storms, Connecticut Light and Power is looking to recover restoration and recovery costs from Tropical Storm Irene, the October 2011 snow and Superstorm Sandy. But State Attorney General George Jepson is asking regulators to fine CL&P up to $143 million for it's deficient and inadequate response.
CL&P is looking to recover $414 million in restoration and recovery costs from Irene, the October 2011 snow and Superstorm Sandy.
Jepson says his office disagrees with how the utility calculates its costs. Jepson says at least $90 million should be disallowed, and perhaps quite a bit more.
The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority will rule next month in a draft decision on how much CL&P can recover.