1. gary Hild
    October 26, 2013 @ 8:36 pm

    Very good idea.


  2. sue (Republican)
    October 26, 2013 @ 9:25 pm

    Absolutely! My delivery charge for electricity is almost 2 times more than the price of the electricity. How is that? Maybe because the Governor and Atty General of CT allows the utility company to continue collecting a fee that the consumers have been paying for over 25 yrs, imposed on us so that the utility company would be able to make up for the loss that they incurred by deregulation. The company (publicly owned) just changed the name of the fee, but continues to collect it. Why is that? We need to eliminate utility companies. CT’s 2 companies hold a monopoly on delivery. Ma Bell was dismantled because of it being a monopoly. Why shouldn’t these companies also be dismantled. I bet that the space station doesn’t have power lines or a grid. Why can’t we get power without being attached to a utility company.


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  4. Karen Doulin
    January 11, 2014 @ 10:48 am

    They have the right idea here because Wall Street is where the money is and green energy won’t have a chance until consumers have a voice in decisions. BIG MONEY has been the road block to a better environment. I live in Florida, the Sunshine State, ha; very little solar here; but we now have fracking going on.


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