Electricity prices are rising this winter!
Participating in Natick’s Electricity Aggregation Program can protect you
On January 1, Eversource’s electricity supply price for residential customers will rise to a 14-year high of 15.764 ¢/kWh. This new price will be in place for 6 months, until June 30, 2022. Natick’s Electricity Aggregation Program can protect you from this price increase.
By enrolling in the program, you remain an Eversource customer, but Eversource will calculate the supply charge portion of your electricity bill using a lower Natick price instead of their higher price.
The Natick Electricity Aggregation Program offers 3 options, including two cleaner electricity options. Prices for all three options are lower than Eversource’s upcoming price.
Natick Electricity Aggregation Program options
- Standard Green – 11.551 ¢/kWh – Receive 36% of your electricity from renewable sources in New England
- 100% Green – 14.422 ¢/kWh – Receive all of your electricity from renewable sources in New England
- Natick Basic/Brown – 10.938 ¢/kWh – Receive just the minimum amount of renewable energy required by law
In addition to lower rates than Eversource, all three Natick prices offer long-term price stability. While Eversource’s residential prices change every 6 months, Natick Electricity Aggregation Program prices will not change until December 2022.
You may already be enrolled! Most electricity customers in Natick are.
Please note: Eversource’s prices will change in the future, and those future prices are not known. As a result, we cannot guarantee that the Natick Electricity Aggregation Program will always be less expensive in the future.