Some people make everything into a competition. Confession: I am one of those people. Not always, but often. For example, when National Grid started sending these letters out letting us know how our energy consumption stacked up against our neighbors.
UPDATE: 04/20/2015 09:45am Although a cause has yet to be determined a spokesperson for National Grid says that power has been restored to most residents. Any customers who are still experiencing power outages should call the company.
UPDATE: October 31, 2013 10:50am National Grid says that power has been restored to all but approximately 1,000 customers in the area. They are working to bring back power to those homes before 12:00noon.
If you're a National Grid customer; beware. National Grid is urging everyone to be cautious of unknown callers identifying themselves as representatives and asking for personal banking or credit card information.
Perhaps when you get that tax refund this spring, maybe you'll be getting a refund too from National Grid. Then again, maybe you won't. National Grid is disputing an independent audit which says they overcharged customers by $44 million in 2009.
This time of the year is generally the worst time for your National Grid bill. You’re busy setting your heat to 62 trying to save money. Either way, you have to pay the bill every month unless you want to live in the stone age. This guy in Whitesboro thought he could get a free ride.
As the month of November comes to a close soon, the temps are going to start dropping even more. We know what that means. Up goes the thermostat and your energy bill. There are some things you can do to lower your energy costs and it won't take you much time at all to do them.