Class Eligibility

All persons who at any time from February 20, 2012 to June 5, 2017, were customers of NAPG and paid NAPG variable rates for electricity and/or natural gas in Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Georgia or Texas.

Estimated Amount

$2.87 per month of service

Proof of Purchase


Case Name

Edwards v. North American Power & Gas LLC
Case No: 3:14-cv-1714 (VAB),
District Court for the District of Connecticut

Case Summary

This settlement resolves several similar class actions against NAPG, entitled Edwards v. North American Power & Gas LLC (D. Conn); Fritz v. North American Power & Gas LLC (D. Conn); Arcaro v. North American Power & Gas LLC (D. Conn); Tully v. North American Power & Gas LLC (D. Conn); and Zahn v. North American Power & Gas LLC (N.D. Ill.). Plaintiffs Paul Edwards, Gerry Wendrovsky, Sandra Desrosiers, Linda Soffron, John Arcaro, Michael Tully, David Fritz, and Peggy Zahn (the “Representative Plaintiffs”) filed lawsuits against NAPG on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated. The lawsuits allege that NAPG made misleading representations, contrary to its obligations under applicable laws. Plaintiffs also allege that NAPG’s rates were not, as it claimed in its consumer contracts, based on market related factors or prevailing market rates.

Settlement Pool





Edwards v. North American Power & Gas
c/o Heffler Claims Group
PO Box 59329
Philadelphia, PA 19102-9329

7 responses to “North American Power & Gas Class Action Settlement”

  1. Beth Sites says:

    does this include penn elect and national fuel??? if so sign me up thank you

    ADMIN – Hi Beth,

    It does not.

  2. Marion says:

    I lost my postcard and I don’t have a claim #. I have sent 3 emails to North American Power and never got a response as what i should do about it.

    ADMIN – Hi Marion,

    Try reaching out to class counsel

  3. Mary A Cesanek says:

    Yes, I had north American for about a year or so around 2012 or 2013 recall having issues with the bill added to my Atlantic City Electric bill and I dropped them after about a year. They were awful

  4. Carl Adamson says:

    Has the lawsuit been settled? If so when and why did I not receive a reimbursement?

    ADMIN – Hi Carl,

    You can call this number to check on the status of your claims


  5. Debra Markle says:

    Enrolled my business in the green energy program without my consent. Very fraudulent.

  6. frank thibodeau says:

    Just found this as we learned we have been had by NAP&G here in NH.
    Basically they charged nearly double what Liberty charged during the same 3 year period- they sent one notification and nothing more after our “fixed rate” contract expired, we declined to renew… or so we thought, verbal doesn’t count we guess.
    So for the last 3 years we have seen our rates climb to double what they had been. Of course the billing comes through Liberty Utilities, so its very misleading; one assumes it is Liberty. Nope hidden well in mouse type is NAP&G who mark up the “market rate to double”
    Thieves by any name and evidentially our state government allows the misleading practice to continue

  7. Catherine Richards says:

    I had and still have North American Power with a variable rate electricity.
    I never received my payment from the settlement.
    My class member id# 309840x1qpbzd

    Hi Catherine. Sorry, there’s been a misunderstanding.Please note that we ( are *not* the Settlement Administrator of this case. We only post opportunities for potential Class Members of various settlements on this website. If you want to file a claim, please follow the claims link above. Please also check the settlement website for any updates on the issue moving forward, and/or contact the Settlement Administrator directly, if you haven’t already done so. The details are stated above; just scroll up. Thank you, and best of luck.

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