Vermont utility gets approval to reduce rates
MONTPELIER (AP) - Customers of Vermont's largest electric utility are going to be seeing their rates go down.
On Wednesday the Vermont Public Service Board approved a request by Green Mountain Power to reduce its rates.
The board approved a rate reduction of 2.46 percent. The decrease takes effect on Oct. 1.
GMP says it is its second GMP rate reduction in three years.
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