Compare Massachusetts Energy Rates
Massachusetts has deregulated energy markets in 1997. In the first 3 years since opening up to competition, retail and commercial customers saved over $1.5 billion on their energy bills. Currently, about two thirds of all electricity in the state is managed by alternative suppliers, with the total accumulated savings of over $10 Bln.
With average electric price in Massachusetts staying higher than national average, due to state’s higher reliance on fossil fuels, it is not surprising that local residents and businesses turn to alternative sources for their energy needs. Since supply represents a larger portion of overall bill, many customers evaluate their options to reduce their power costs.
Alternative electric suppliers in Massachusetts offer longer-term fixed plans, allowing consumers take advantage of price stability and profit from lower electric rates. They also have green energy options, something not readily available from local utilities in the state.
PowerSetter aggregates plans from various electric providers, allowing customers compare available options, and select the one that fits their needs. Below are the cheapest-rate plans currently offered in Massachusetts. For more energy options, please enter your zip code to see what is available in your area.
Eversource – WMECO Service Area
(Price to Compare 9.85¢ per Kwh and average monthly usage of 750 Kwh)
Eversource – NSTAR Service Area
(Price to Compare 13.7¢ per Kwh and average monthly usage of 750 Kwh)
Unitil Service Area
(Price to Compare 10¢ per Kwh and average monthly usage of 750 Kwh)
National Grid – MECO Service Area
(Price to Compare 13.98¢ per Kwh and average monthly usage of 750 Kwh)
National Grid – Nantucket Service Area
(Price to Compare 0¢ per Kwh and average monthly usage of 750 Kwh)
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