Electric customers wrongfully charged can expect refunds

Refunds could be issued as early as July

BOSTON (WWLP) – If you have an electric bill, you could be getting some money back. Attorney General Maura Healy announced on Thursday that Massachusetts electric rate payers are getting back more than $3-million.

New Hampshire Transmission issued a rate increase for customers throughout New England to fund a transmission project, and the federal government ruled they couldn’t do that.

Refunds could be issued as early as July of 2016.

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