CMP customers to see bill increase due to wind storms last fall

Published: Jun. 25, 2020 at 8:05 PM EDT
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Most Central Maine Power customers will see an increase in their bills beginning next month.

The company said most customers will see their monthly bill increase by about $2.50.

CMP said the increase is to offset the costs of two wind storms that hit the state last fall.

The storms in October and November knocked out power to 230,000 and 180,000 customers respectively.

The Maine Public Utilities Commission approved the bill increase.