Cape Light Compact Eyes Administrative Changes
Alex Elvin

Cape Light Compact, the longtime energy service provider for the Cape and Vineyard, may soon enter a new phase.

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Aquinnah Selectman Back Plastic Bag Ban
Alex Elvin

The selectmen on Tuesday strongly backed a proposed bylaw to ban the use of single-use plastic bags in town. The idea will be voted on at the annual town meeting.

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Cape Light Compact Hosts Workshop for Businesses

Energy efficiency is good for the environment and the electricity bill. Next week, Cape Light Compact is offering a workshop for local businesses about how to save money through the compact’s energy efficiency programs. The event is co-sponsored by the Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce, and the Martha’s Vineyard Commission

Cape Light’s efficiency programs are available to any business on Cape Cod and the Vineyard. The organization offers financial incentives for making energy efficiency improvements.

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Keeping the Compact
The 70 per cent increase in the electricity supply rate being experienced by Cape Light Compact (CLC) is being felt by all NSTAR customers, not just CLC.
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As Cost of Electricity Rises, Islanders Pay More
Sara Brown

Islanders can expect to see their electric bills go up this winter, with Cape Light Compact and NStar both announcing increases in electricity costs beginning as early as December. Utility companies said the price increase can be attributed to a growing demand for natural gas paired with pipeline constraints.

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Electric Bills Skyrocket as Cape Light Compact Signs Deal to Buy Power
James Kinsella

Electric Bills Skyrocket As Cape Light Compact Signs Deal to Buy Power

By JAMES KINSELLA

Thousands of Martha's Vineyard residents and businesses will see their electric bills jump by 30 per cent or more by next month.

The residents and businesses are members of the Cape Light Compact, an organization formed to represent consumer interests in the deregulated power industry. The higher bills will be derived from the December meter readings.

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