Citizens for Local Power

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A non-profit group says consumers are being left in the cold when it comes to input about a proposed electric rate hike in the Hudson Valley. It says older consumers, in particular, can ill afford the possible two-digit hike. Meanwhile, the utility is aiming for a lower rate hike.

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A citizens group is hosting a forum Monday evening about a proposed pipeline that would run through portions of the Hudson Valley. 

Utility Merger Opponents Ask The PSC For A Rehearing

Jul 29, 2013
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Opponents of an approved utility merger in the Hudson Valley are asking the state Public Service Commission to reconsider its decision.

NYS PSC Approves Fortis, CH Energy Merger

Jun 13, 2013
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The New York State Public Service Commission Thursday approved a utility merger in the Hudson Valley. The $1.5 billion acquisition of the Poughkeepsie-based utility had its share of controversy in recent months.

And so went the Public Service Commission’s vote in favor of the acquisition by Canadian energy company Fortis Inc. of CH Energy Group, parent company of Central Hudson Gas and Electric Corporation. Supporters, including Barry Perry, vice president, finance and chief financial officer of Fortis, are gratified.

CH Energy, Fortis Enhance Merger Proposal

May 30, 2013
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The companies involved in a proposed utility merger in the Hudson Valley have offered enhancements to the merger proposal. Opponents say they are too little, too late. The controversial merger proposal has led both sides to pound the pavement to tell their sides of the story.