Options & Pricing

Program prices are in effect from March 2017 meter reads – October 2018 meter reads. These prices apply only to the electricity supply portion of your bill. Delivery charges are unaffected by the Grafton Energy Choice program.

1. If you do nothing, you will be automatically enrolled in ENERGY CHOICE STANDARD: 9.104 ¢/kWh* for residential, commercial, and industrial accounts
Renewable energy content Meets Massachusetts minimum renewable energy requirements.

This means:

22% is generated by renewable and alternative energy sources in compliance with Massachusetts RPS and APS requirements.

78% is generated by a mix of natural gas, nuclear, oil, and other traditional energy sources.

Rate term March 2017 meter read – October 2018 meter read.
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.

 

2. If you want 100% green energy, you may choose ENERGY CHOICE GREEN: 9.707 ¢/kWh* for residential, commercial, and industrial accounts
To choose ENERGY CHOICE GREEN, call Public Power, LLC at 1-800-830-2944.
Renewable energy content 100% green energy with a focus on energy produced in New England. Energy Choice Green increases the amount of electricity from new renewable energy projects in New England from the minimum 12% required by the state in 2017 to 32%. (“New” renewable energy projects came into operation in 1998 or after.) This means:

20% is generated by wind projects in New England.

58% is generated by wind projects outside New England.

22% is generated by renewable and alternative energy sources, in compliance with Massachusetts RPS and APS requirements. Includes a required 12% from new renewable energy projects in New England.

Rate term March 2017 meter read – October 2018 meter read.
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.

*Price includes a 0.1¢/kWh administration fee.

 

3. If you choose to opt out, you will remain on NATIONAL GRID BASIC SERVICE: 12.673 ¢/kWh residential
11.946 ¢/kWh commercial
10.931 ¢/kWh industrial in the SEMA load zone
10.753 ¢/kWh industrial in the WCMA load zone
Renewable energy content Meets Massachusetts minimum renewable energy requirements.

This means:

22% is generated by renewable and alternative energy sources, in compliance with Massachusetts RPS and APS requirements.

78% is generated by a mix of natural gas, nuclear, oil, and other traditional energy sources.

Rate term November 1, 2017 – April 30, 2018 for residential and commercial accounts.

November 1, 2017 – January 31, 2018 for industrial accounts.

National Grid’s fixed Basic Service rates change every 6 months for residential and small business accounts and every 3 months for medium and large business accounts. View the most up-to-date Basic Service rates.

Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.

(Except for accounts on National Grid delivery rates G-2 and G-3.)