RATES RISING 37% FOR MASSACHUSETTS NATIONAL GRID ELECTRICITY CUSTOMERS
National Grid, the utility serving 1.3 million customers in Massachusetts, has announced a 37% electricity rate increase for this winter, effective the beginning of November. For an average homeowner, this translates into an additional $33/month.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT?
As Massachusetts National Grid electricity rates increase in November, customers will see upwards of an additional $33/month on their energy bill. Without seeking other alternatives, customers will automatically see their rates rise with the utility.
WHAT CAN I DO?
Good news! Massachusetts State Regulation 225 CMR 14.00 enables you to participate in Community Shared Solar projects, which enable you to cut electricity costs. If you live in Massachusetts National Grid utility territory, you have the opportunity to reduce your energy bill by up to 30% through the shared solar program.
SAVE UP TO 30% ON YOUR ENERGY BILL
For Massachusetts residents in the National Grid territory, you can lock in your current utility rate and protect yourself against rate hikes like the one that is about to happen.
Only 200 National Grid households can subscribe in the first round, so call 413-407-0262 or visit www.communitysolar.com/ma to learn more and see if your home is eligible to subscribe.