Con Ed to raise rates again

Residents will see a change in their electric bills from Consolidated Edison., Inc. beginning April 1.The rate hike will raise an average home bill by

BROOKLYN - Residents will see a change in their electric bills from Consolidated Edison., Inc. beginning April 1.

The rate hike will raise an average home bill by 3.6 percent per year over three years in New York City.

Con Ed says the hikes are necessary because of increasing taxes.

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