A consultant has turned in a new electric rate study to regulators, replacing a version with 40 pages of blacked out passages.
AECOM Technical Services, the consultant hired to do the study, filed a more transparent variation of the report after drawing complaints that the public was shut out from the findings, state regulators said Tuesday.
"It was imperative that a meaningful, publicly available report was provided,” Commission Chair Susan Duffy said in a statement.
“The findings outlined in the rate study will help guide important energy policy . . .