Massive storms that swept through Schenectady county on Sunday afternoon has left many without power and National Grid is working now to fix the problems. While many in the area have gotten their power back, thousands of local residents could dealing with outages throughout the evening.
There are conflicting reports as to whether we are in for a very cold or very mild winter. Either way, we are going to have to pay for heat. A new study from National Grid has been released and it's good news.
You think it's easy to pick out a scam. All you have to do is not click on weird links and don't answer numbers you don't recognize. You can do that, but this new scam is doing something completely new and there's a good chance you'll fall for this one.
Hurricane Irma destroyed parts of Florida and left six million Floridians without power. People all over the country are pitching in to help and hundreds of workers from the Capital Region are on their way to Florida.
Last month, National Grid said that they had planned a rate hike to take effect next spring to help reinforce the infrastructure of the lines. The increase will be significant and if you are upset about this news, you can voice your opinion.
A few weeks ago, National Grid announced that there would be a rate hike coming next Spring because they want to make customer communications and information more secure. Well now there is another increase proposed for different reasons and it's significant.
Usually the hot summer weather leads to running the air conditioners more which makes our electric bills higher this time of year. Well this National Grid increase has nothing to do with the summer season.