Options & Pricing
Your options are as follows. National Grid Basic Service prices are available below for comparison.
- If you want the lowest-priced program offering and you do not want any additional renewable energy, choose the Standard Offering. The Standard Offering is the default program offering. All new National Grid Basic Service customers in Westborough will be automatically enrolled in the Standard Offering, unless they choose the Greener Option or opt out.
- If you want 100% green energy, choose the Greener Option.
NOTE: Savings cannot be guaranteed. The program price is fixed until November 2020 meter reads. National Grid Basic Service prices change twice a year or more, depending on rate class. There will likely be months when the program price is higher than the National Grid price. This is to be expected. The program goal is to beat the average of National Grid Basic Service prices over the entire electricity supply contract.
Choose the Standard Offering
Choose the Greener Option
|National Grid Basic Service|
|Renewable energy content||Meets Massachusetts renewable energy requirements. That means:
||100% green energy. Exceeds Massachusetts requirements for energy from new renewable projects by 20%. That means:
||Meets Massachusetts renewable energy requirements. That means:
|Rate term||February 2018 – November 2020 meter read||February 2018 – November 2020 meter read||November 1, 2018 – April 30, 2019*|
|Residential||9.318 ¢/kWh**||10.004 ¢/kWh**||13.718 ¢/kWh|
|Commercial||9.318 ¢/kWh**||10.004 ¢/kWh**||13.166 ¢/kWh|
|Industrial||9.318 ¢/kWh**||10.004 ¢/kWh**||12.866 ¢/kWh November 1 – 2018 – January 31, 2019)|
|Exit terms||Leave any time. No penalty or fee.||Leave any time. No penalty or fee.||Leave any time. No penalty or fee.|
* National Grid’s fixed Basic Service rates change every six (6) months for residential and commercial accounts and every 3 months for industrial accounts.
**Price includes 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.