Hartford energy rates
As the capital city of Connecticut, Hartford has a population of about 123,000 and a metropolitan area population of 895,000. It is the fourth largest city in the state and home to many historical U.S. landmarks.
Since Connecticut has cold winters and humid summers, it is not surprising that Hartford energy prices can fluctuate. Typically, rates are the most expensive during the winter months of November to February and cheapest in the spring. Hartford energy rates are priced between 8.19 cents/kilowatt hour to 10.95 cents/kilowatt hour depending on when customers buy.