Enroll in Greenfield Light & Power

Enrollment in Greenfield Light & Power will be AUTOMATIC for new Greenfield electricity customers within a few months of opening their electricity account with Eversource. This automatic enrollment model is state law. If you will be automatically enrolled, no action is required. 

You will receive a notification letter in the mail from the City about the program prior to being automatically enrolled. The letter will include information about the program, options in the program, and prices, as well as information about how to opt out of the program if you do not wish to participate.

If you…

…are not currently enrolled, and you wish to participate

Please submit your enrollment information online or contact customer support with Greenfield’s program consultants.

…have asked Eversource to place a block on your account to prevent enrollment with electricity suppliers

The block will prevent automatic enrollment, even if you receive the notification letter. To participate in Greenfield Light & Power, you must first ask Eversource to remove the block. Once the block has been removed, you may then request enrollment in Greenfield Light & Power.

…sign a contract with an electricity supplier shortly after opening your electricity account

Your account will not be automatically enrolled, and you will not receive a notification letter. However you may choose to enroll your account in Greenfield Light & Power by submitting your enrollment information online or by contacting customer support with Greenfield’s program consultants.

Please note: We recommend that you carefully check the terms and conditions of your supplier agreement. Your ability to terminate your agreement with your supplier may be restricted. If you decide to enroll, be sure your current electricity supplier knows that you wish to cancel your contract with them so they do not renew your relationship with them.

…previously opted out and now wish to enroll

You may re-enroll at any time, but please note that if you are re-enrolling during the same electricity supply contract as the one you opted out of, you may receive a market price instead of the program price. You’ll just want to ask about the price at the time you re-enroll.