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Avangrid Networks owns and operates eight electric and natural gas utilities, serving more than 3.3 million customers in New York and New England.  At Avangrid, our customers come first. That’s why we’re focused on delivering high-quality, real-time service and personalized care to meet and anticipate their needs.

Avangrid Networks


 

Avangrid Networks, Inc., a subsidiary of Avangrid, Inc., combines the resources and expertise of eight electric and natural gas utilities with a rate base of $11.7 billion, serving 3.3 million customers in New York and New England.

  • The Berkshire Gas Company was established in 1853, Berkshire Gas operates 738 miles of natural gas distribution pipeline, serving approximately 40,600 customers across 20 Western Massachusetts communities. For more information, visit www.berkshiregas.com.
  • Central Maine Power Company (CMP) is Maine’s largest electricity transmission and distribution utility. Established in 1899, CMP operates approximately 23,500 miles of distribution lines and 2,900 miles of transmission lines. It serves approximately 646,000 customers across 346 communities in central and southern Maine. For more information, visit www.cmpco.com.
  • Connecticut Natural Gas Corporation (CNG) was established in 1848, CNG operates 2,200 miles of natural gas distribution pipeline, serving approximately 183,000 customers across 26 communities in the greater Hartford-New Britain area, and Greenwich, Connecticut. For more information, visit www.cngcorp.com.
  • Maine Natural Gas Corporation (MNG) was established in 1999, MNG operates 225 miles of natural gas distribution pipeline, serving approximately 5,200 customers across 12 central and mid-coast communities in Maine. For more information, visit www.mainenaturalgas.com.
  • New York State Electric & Gas Corporation (NYSEG) was established in 1852, NYSEG operates approximately 35,000 miles of electric distribution lines and 4,500 miles of electric transmission lines across more than 40% of upstate New York. It also operates more than 8,300 miles of natural gas distribution pipelines and 20 miles of gas transmission pipelines. It serves approximately 907,000 electricity customers and 270,000 natural gas customers. For more information, visit http://nyseg.com/.
  • Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation (RG&E) was established in 1848, RG&E operates approximately 8,900 miles of electric distribution lines and 1,100 miles of electric transmission lines. It also operates approximately 10,600 miles of natural gas distribution pipelines and 105 miles of gas transmission pipelines. It serves approximately 385,900 electricity customers and 319,000 natural gas customers in a nine-county region in New York surrounding the City of Rochester. For more information, visit www.rge.com.
  • The Southern Connecticut Gas Company (SCG) was established in 1847, SCG operates approximately 2,500 miles of natural gas distribution pipelines, serving approximately 206,000 customers in the greater New Haven and Bridgeport areas of Connecticut. For more information, visit www.soconngas.com.
  • The United Illuminating Company (UI) was established in 1899, UI operates approximately 3,600 miles of electric distribution lines and 138 miles of transmission lines. It serves approximately 341,000 customers in the greater New Haven and Bridgeport areas of Connecticut. For more information, visit www.uinet.com.
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