Example Eversource bill

Your Eversource electricity bill is calculated by adding two charges together:

  • Delivery charges – The cost to deliver electricity to you, maintain the poles and wires, and address power outages.
  • Supply charges – The cost of the electricity you use.

Greenfield Light & Power will impact only the supply charge portion of your Eversource electricity bill. Eversource’s delivery charges are not impacted by your participation in Greenfield Light & Power.

As a participant in Greenfield Light & Power, you will see two changes on your Eversource electricity bill:

  1. Greenfield’s electricity supplier, Dynegy, will be listed on your bill as your electricity supplier
  2. Eversource will use a Greenfield Light & Power price to calculate the supply charge portion of your electricity bill instead of their own Basic Service price.

Here’s what to look for on your Eversource bill:

Page 1 of your bill:

Your electricity supplier is listed on the first page of your bill.

If you are enrolled in Greenfield Light & Power, you will see Dynegy-Greenfield Light&Power listed as your electricity supplier. Below that, you will see their contact information:

6555 Sierra Dr.
Irving, TX  75039-2478

Below that text, you will see Dynegy’s contact information. We recommend contacting customer support with the City’s consultants for help with the program, though you may also contact Dynegy directly if you wish.

First page of Eversource bill

Page 2 of your bill:

The price that is used to calculate your supply charges (your electricity supply price) is on the second page of your bill.

Look below the Supplier header and find the row labeled Generation Srvc Chrg.

Look to the right to the math problem in parentheses. This is the calculation for your electricity supply charges.

  • The first number is the amount of electricity you used in the previous billing cycle.
  • The second number is your electricity supply price. That price will reflect which program option you are enrolled in. Greenfield Light & Power has three options, and each option has a different price. The graphic below shows you the price you will see for each option.

Second page of Eversource bill