PURA Opts for Existing Programs Over Shutoff Moratorium
November 2, 2020
Moratorium could have shifted costs to paying customers.
Attorney Bonnie Roswig, of the Center for Children’s Advocacy, told Connecticut Examiner that the lack of information about the hardship program in particular is an ongoing problem. “The problem has been, as it has always been, that the companies do not tell people about the program,” she said.
Roswig said that many of her clients — often low-income families with children — don’t know what options are available to them.
“They are very concerned that their services are going to be terminated.” read story