- Associated Press - Friday, January 30, 2015

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The chief executive officer of Northeast Utilities says he has no plans to consolidate the company’s two headquarters offices in Boston and Hartford as the utility rebrands as Eversource Energy.

The Boston Globe reports https://bit.ly/1uIGe9k ) that CEO Thomas May told reporters on a conference call Thursday that most staffing changes from NU’s purchase of NStar in 2012 have already taken place.

NU’s name change will take effect on Monday and will involve all of NU’s subsidiaries, including NStar, Public Service Co. of New Hampshire, Connecticut Light & Power, Yankee Gas and Western Massachusetts Electric Co.

He says it’s not efficient to have six brands.

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