Program Details

We are pleased to present Somerville Community Choice Electricity rates versus Eversource’s Basic Service rates below.

Rate Class

Community Electricity Program “Somerville Local Green” Five (5) Percent Local Renewable Energy
(Standard Product – No Action Required)

“Somerville 100% Local Green”
One Hundred (100) Percent Local Renewable Energy

“Somerville Basic” No Additional Local Renewable Energy

Current NSTAR Electric Company (Eversource) Utility Basic Service (Supply Services Only)

Residential

$0.10538/kWh

$0.13198/kWh

$0.10398/kWh

$0.10836/kWh

Small Business

$0.10538/kWh

$0.13198/kWh

$0.10398/kWh

$0.10569/kWh

Large Business

$0.10538/kWh

$0.13198/kWh

$0.10398/kWh

$0.09824/kWh NEMA*

Duration

July 2017 – January 2020
Rates apply to service beginning and ending on the days of the month that your meter is read in your service area.

July – December 2019
Residential & Small Business rates change every six months.
*Large Business rates change every three months.

Disclaimer: A goal of CCE is to produce savings for customers. Savings, however, cannot be guaranteed compared to your utility’s basic service rate which changes every six months for Residential and Small Commercial customers, and every three months for Large Business /Industrial customers. The CCE program seeks to provide price stability and average savings over the duration of the program, but because future basic service rates are not known, there is no guarantee of savings.

Please contact the program supplier, Dynegy, with any questions at (866) 220-5696, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM EST, or via email at DESCustCare@Dynegy.com.

The City of Somerville launched the Somerville Community Choice Electricity program for residents and businesses in July 2017. The primary goals of the program are to provide annual savings and rate stability for participating consumers. However, the program will also offer participants exciting renewable energy options from which to choose. The program was approved by the City Council and the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities.

Click on the image above to watch an informational interview with Oliver Sellars-Garcia, the Director for the City’s Office of Sustainability and Environment, and Philip Carr, the New England Regional Director for Good Energy, LP. The City of Somerville selected Good Energy to develop and administer the Community Choice Electricity program.