Go Green with Solar
PROVIDENCE — Most Rhode Island homes and businesses will see a nearly 50% increase in their monthly electric bills starting Oct. 1, with energy rates in the state climbing higher than ever before, because of surging prices for fossil fuels and global market uncertainty.
Under rates filed Thursday with state regulators by Rhode Island Energy, the bill for the typical household that uses 500 kilowatt hours of power per month will jump from about $111 to more than $163, a 47% difference.
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