Green Mountain Power customers could be paying more starting this fall.

Green Mountain Power customers could be paying more starting this fall. The state’s largest utility has requested a rate increase of 2.34%, which it says is below inflation. GMP says rising energy costs are behind most of the requested increase. Vegetation management to keep the lines clear is another cost-driver. If approved by the Public Utility Commission, the rate hike would take effect in October.

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