Options & Pricing

  • All new electricity customers in Acton automatically receive 28% renewable electricity through Acton Power Choice Standard.
  • For 100% renewable electricity, you may choose Acton Power Choice GREEN.
  • For 18% renewable electricity (the state-required minimum), you may choose Acton Power Choice Basic.

Electricity supplier: The current electricity supplier for Acton Power Choice is: Constellation. If you participate in Acton Power Choice, you will see Constellation listed on your Eversource electricity bill as your electricity supplier.

Electricity mix: The program’s electricity supplier is required to provide an energy mix disclosure label that offers details about all of the sources of electricity provided. Visit the Resources page to download the most recent label.

Compare prices: Use the tables below to compare Acton Power Choice prices, and scroll down to the bottom to see Eversource’s current 6-month Basic Service price. Or use the online calculator to compare Acton Power Choice prices with the most recent 12-month average Eversource price.

10.985 ¢/kWh

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

Price term September 2019 – September 2022 meter reads
Renewable energy content Includes an additional 10% from “premium” renewable energy sources in the New England region, in addition to the minimum amount required by state law. That means:

  • 28% from “premium” renewable energy resources in the New England region (MA Class I RECs), including 18% to meet state requirements and an additional 10% added voluntarily by the Town of Acton
  • 31% from a mix of other renewable and clean energy sources located in the New England region to meet additional state requirements
  • 41% from other energy sources such as natural gas- and oil-fired power plants
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.
Change to Acton Power Choice Standard
Not yet part of the program? Call Constellation at 1-833-392-4654.

12.671 ¢/kWh

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

Price September 2019 – September 2022 meter reads
Renewable energy content Includes 100% from “premium” renewable energy resources in the New England region (MA Class I RECs)
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.
Change to Acton Power Choice Green
Not yet part of the program? Call Constellation at 1-833-392-4654.

10.741 ¢/kWh

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

Price term September 2019 – September 2022 meter reads
Renewable energy content Meets minimum Massachusetts renewable electricity energy requirements. That means:

  • 18% from “premium” renewable energy resources in the New England region (MA Class I RECs) to meet minimum state requirements
  • 31% from a mix of other renewable and clean energy sources located in the New England region to meet additional state requirements
  • 51% from other energy sources such as natural gas- and oil-fired power plants
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.
Change to Acton Power Choice Basic
Not yet part of the program? Call Constellation at 1-833-392-4654.

Please note: Prices for all options in the Acton Power Choice program include a $0.001 /kWh administration fee. Program prices could increase as a result of a change in law that results in a direct, material increase in costs during the term of the electricity supply agreement. Program prices apply only to the electricity supply portion of your Eversource electric bill. Delivery charges on your Eversource electric bill are not affected by the Acton Power Choice program.

 

EVERSOURCE’S BASIC SERVICE 11.795 ¢/kWh residential
11.086 ¢/kWh small business
11.336 ¢/kWh large business
Price term Rate terms are:

January 1, 2021 – June 30, 2021 for residential and small business accounts.

January 1, 2021 – March 31, 2021 for large business accounts.

Eversource’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.

Renewable energy content Meets minimum Massachusetts renewable electricity energy requirements. That means:

  • 18% from “premium” renewable energy resources in the New England region (MA Class I RECs) to meet minimum state requirements
  • 31% from a mix of other renewable and clean energy sources located in the New England region to meet additional state requirements
  • 51% from other energy sources such as natural gas- and oil-fired power plants
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.