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Beginning in December 2020, a new, 24-month electricity supply contract will take effect. Program prices will change. In addition, the amount of clean, renewable electricity provided to program participants enrolled in Standard Green, the program’s default offering, will increase from 26% in 2020 to 31% in 2021 and 36% in 2022. Active participants do not need to take any action to participate in the new contract in December.

Read the complete announcement from Natick.

  • All new electricity accounts are automatically enrolled in Standard Green when they are opened.
  • You may opt up to the 100% Green option, opt down to the Natick Basic/Brown option, or opt out at any time.
  • Program prices apply only to the supply portion of your electricity bill. Delivery charges are unaffected by participation the Natick Electricity Aggregation program.

Electricity supplier: Natick’s electricity supplier is, and will remain, Direct Energy. On your Eversource electricity, your supplier will be listed as Direct Energy Natick Aggregation.

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 the Natick Electricity Aggregation prices with Eversource’s current 6-month Basic Service price (scroll down). Or use the online calculator to compare Natick Electricity Aggregation prices with Eversource’s most recent 12-month average Basic Service price.

 

11.263 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

NEW! 11.551 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

Price term July 2019 – December 2020 meter reads December 2020 – December 2022 meter reads
Renewable energy content Includes 10% clean, renewable energy from renewable energy projects in New England (MA Class I RECs), in addition to the minimum required by the state, for a total of 26%.

The remainder will come primarily from a mix of traditional energy sources.

Includes increasing amounts of clean, renewable energy from renewable energy projects in New England (MA Class I RECs), in addition to the minimum required by the state:

  • 10% additional in 2020 for a total of 26%
  • 13% additional in 2021 for a total of 31%
  • 16% additional in 2022 for a total of 36%

The remainder will come primarily from a mix of traditional energy sources.

Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.

Change back Standard Green

Not yet enrolled in the program? Learn about enrollment.

 

13.063 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

NEW! 14.422 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

Price term July 2019 – December 2020 meter reads December 2020 – December 2022 meter reads
Renewable energy content 100% renewable energy from renewable energy projects in New England (MA Class I RECs) 100% renewable energy from renewable energy projects in New England (MA Class I RECs)
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.

Opt up to 100% Green

Not yet enrolled in the program? Learn about enrollment.

 

11.026 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

NEW! 10.938 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and large business accounts

Price term July 2019 – December 2020 meter reads December 2020 – December 2022 meter reads
Renewable energy content Includes no additional renewable energy beyond the minimum required by the state. Includes no additional renewable energy beyond the minimum required by the state.
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.

Opt down to Natick Basic/Brown

Not yet enrolled in the program? Learn about enrollment.

*Prices include a 0.1¢/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 electricity bill. Delivery charges on your Eversource electricity bill are not affected by the Natick Electricity Aggregation program.

EVERSOURCE’S BASIC SERVICE 9.877 ¢/kWh residential
9.460 ¢/kWh small business
9.923 ¢/kWh large business
Renewable energy content Meets Massachusetts minimum renewable energy requirements.

This means:

  • 27.7056% is from renewable and alternative energy sources in compliance with 2020 Massachusetts RPS and APS requirements. Includes a required 16% from newer renewable energy projects in New England (MA Class I RECs).
  • 72.2944% is generated by a mix of natural gas, nuclear, oil, and other traditional energy sources.
Rate term July 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020 for residential and small business accounts.
October 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020 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 large business accounts.
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge. However, large C&I (rates G-3, T-2, and WR) and street lighting customers on the fixed-price Basic Service option may receive a billing adjustment, which may be either a credit or a charge.