Class Eligibility

The Court decided that the Settlement Class includes all individual residential and small business consumers enrolled (either initially or through “rolling over” from a fixed rate plan) in a Discount Power variable rate electric plan in connection with a property located within Connecticut at any time from June 1, 2013, through and including July 31, 2016. Discount Power no longer offers new residential customers the ability to purchase electricity at variable rates and has no present plan or intention of doing so in the future. Any current residential customers on a variable rate plan are, by law, given notice of the forthcoming variable rates two months in advance, and are permitted to switch to a fixed rate program, or change resellers altogether, before they are charged the disclosed variable rate.

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Estimated Amount


You will be eligible to receive a share of the Settlement Fund based upon the amount of variable rate electricity used by that claimant between June 1, 2013, and July 31, 2016 as a percentage of the total amount of variable rate electricity used by all claimants during that same period

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Chandler and Conover v. Discount Power, Inc.,
Case No. HHD-CV14-6055537-S
Superior Court of the State of Connecticut

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges that Discount Power falsely claimed in its contracts with customers that its variable rate for electricity supply services would fluctuate based on changes in the “wholesale power market,” but in practice failed to decrease its variable rate when wholesale market rates went down. The lawsuit further alleges that Discount Power’s variable rate customers suffered monetary damages as a result of this alleged misconduct. Discount Power denies all of Plaintiffs’ claims and says that it did nothing wrong. Discount Power specifically states that it followed all terms of its contract with customers, and that Plaintiffs’ claims are without factual or legal merit.

Settlement Pool





Discount Power Settlement
PO Box 43034
Providence, RI 02940-3034

4 responses to “Discount Power Class Action Settlement (Connecticut Only)”

  1. James says:

    When will this be settled

    ADMIN – Hi James,

    You can contact the admin at

  2. Judith Joblin says:

    I haven’t received any information regarding this class action suit. I did send in my Settlement Claim Form, which I signed and dated 3/9/2017

    ADMIN – HI Judith,

    Reach out to the class action admin

    Write to the Settlement Administrator at:
    Discount Power Settlement
    PO Box 43034
    Providence, RI 02940-3034

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  3. Roberta m Perillo says:

    I know I filled out a claim form and emailed it to the proper recipient. I received a card in the mail saying that I was authorized to receive a check. I have a claim number, access code and DOP no. on my card to show that I should be included in this settlement. When I called 2 months ago and spoke to a gentlemen he said that a lot of people do not cash their checks and I should receive a check in April 2020. I just called the number 1-877-435-2043 and spoke to a woman and a supervisor who said they cannot find my form I filled out and so I will not receive a check from this 850,000 settlement. I am livid needless to say. I know I filled out the form and they are just looking for an excuse not to send me a payment. I filled the form out in 2016 and have no way of finding it.

    • Angelica (Admin) says:

      Hi Roberta, Sorry to hear that. If you have the card that said you were authorized to receive a check, that should have been enough proof for them. Did you send them a photo of the card you received?

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