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Electricity prices are set to rise by double digits for large industrial customers of National Grid and Unitil Energy Systems Inc., according to documents on file with the state Public Utilities Commission.

Electricity prices are set to rise by double digits for large industrial customers of National Grid and Unitil Energy Systems Inc., according to documents on file with the state Public Utilities Commission. The New Hampshire Union Leader reported about 60 large industrial customers of Unitil will see an average rate increase of 16.7 percent between August and October compared to current prices. About 815 of National Grid's large customers will see rates jump between 15.2 and 17.3 percent.
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Title Annotation:Concord
Publication:New Hampshire Business Review
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Geographic Code:1U1NH
Date:Jul 4, 2008
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