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The first in what are expected to be a series of virtual fact finding meetings on how electricity is being procured for the vast majority of residential electric customers in Connecticut and Massachusetts was held Tuesday with officials from both states urging more cooperation going forward.
Marissa Gillett, chairwoman of Connecticut's Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, said the online meeting "is the beginning of our investigation." Plans for the meeting were announced last week by Connecticut officials.