Watertown Electricity Choice
Welcome to Watertown Electricity Choice, an electricity program from the Town of Watertown for Watertown residents and businesses.
Through Watertown Electricity Choice, residents and business in Watertown are increasing the amount of renewable energy in their electricity by 35% up to a total of 51% renewable energy in 2020.
As the state-required minimum amount of renewable increases annually, the total amount of renewable energy for Watertown Electricity Choice customers will increase to 53% in 2021.
Watertown Electricity Choice offers three electricity choices that give you greater control over the environmental characteristics and price of your electricity supply:
All program options will purchase renewable electricity from New England-based renewable energy projects.
Participate in Watertown Electricity Choice
New electricity customers in Watertown on Eversource’s Basic Service will be automatically enrolled. You will receive a notification letter in the mail before being enrolled. Participation is not required, and you will be able to opt out of the program before being enrolled if you wish.
NOTE: If you receive mail about an electricity offer, but you do not see the Watertown Electricity Choice name, the Watertown Town seal, and the Town Manager Michael Driscoll’s name, the mail is NOT from the Town program.
About Watertown Electricity Choice
Watertown Electricity Choice is a Town-vetted alternative to Eversource’s Basic Service and to other electricity offers in the market place. Watertown Electricity Choice is increasing the amount of renewable energy in the Town’s electricity supply, while providing price stability, consumer protections, and the potential for savings, though savings cannot be guaranteed.
Watertown Electricity Choice is a form of group electricity purchasing known as an electricity aggregation. More than 140 communities in Massachusetts are already engaged in electricity aggregation. When you participate, the Watertown Electricity Choice price is used to calculate the supply charge portion of your Eversource electricity bill. (Learn how aggregation works.)