Options & Pricing

You may choose between three options in Greenfield Light & Power. All Greenfield Light & Power offerings provide 100% renewable electricity. Standard is the default program offering, which means all new accounts in the program will be automatically enrolled in Standard unless another option is requested. Scroll down for details and for current Eversource Basic Service prices.

If you participate in Greenfield Light & Power, you will see Dynegy listed on your Eversource electricity bill as your electricity supplier. See an example Eversource bill.

More than 100%?

Please note that, in addition to purchasing enough renewable energy to bring the total renewable content in each offering to 100%, Greenfield’s electricity supplier must also purchase other energy from other renewable or clean sources to meet state requirements. As a result, the total renewable content for each Greenfield Light & Power offering exceeds 100%.

The tables below explain the different sources of electricity, and the program’s electricity supplier is required to provide an energy mix disclosure label that offers details about all of the sources of electricity provided. Visit the Resources page to download the most recent label.

Standard

Provides 100% renewable energy,
including an additional 5% from New England (MA Class I RECs) for…

9.879 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and medium and large business accounts**

Price term January 2021 – January 2024 meter reads
Renewable energy content

From renewable energy sources in the Northeast (MA Class I RECs), added by Greenfield

5%
From renewable energy sources outside New England, added by Greenfield 77%
From renewable energy sources in the Northeast (MA Class I RECs), required by state law 20%
Other renewable or clean energy, required by state law 31%
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.
Change to the Standard Option.
Not yet enrolled in the program? Learn about enrolling.
Local Green

Provides 100% renewable energy, all from New England (MA Class I RECs) for…

13.281 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and medium and large business accounts**

Price term January 2021 – January 2024 meter reads
Renewable energy content

From renewable energy sources in the Northeast (MA Class I RECs), added by Greenfield

82%
From renewable energy sources outside New England, added by Greenfield
From renewable energy sources in the Northeast (MA Class I RECs), required by state law 20%
Other renewable or clean energy, required by state law 31%
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge.
Change to Local Green.
Not yet enrolled? Learn about enrollment.
Budget

Provides 100% renewable energy, primarily from outside of New England, for…

9.629 ¢/kWh*

for residential, small business, and medium and large business accounts**

Price term January 2021 – January 2024 meter reads
Renewable energy content

From renewable energy sources in the Northeast (MA Class I RECs), added by Greenfield

From renewable energy sources outside New England, added by Greenfield 82%
From renewable energy sources in the Northeast (MA Class I RECs), required by state law 20%
Other renewable or clean energy, required by state law 31%
Change to Budget.
Not yet enrolled? Learn about enrollment.

* Prices include a 0.1¢/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. Program prices apply only to the electricity supply portion of your Eversource electricity bill. Delivery charges on your Eversource electricity bill are not affected by participation in Greenfield Light & Power.

** Some large commercial accounts may not be eligible for program pricing at the time of enrollment and may instead be offered market pricing. Visit the FAQ page for more information.

 

EVERSOURCE’S BASIC SERVICE 15.348 ¢/kWh residential
14.978 ¢/kWh small business
26.149 ¢/kWh medium and large business (October 1 – December 31, 2022)
Price term July 1, 2022 – December 31, 2022 (residential and small business)
Renewable energy content Meets minimum Massachusetts renewable energy requirements, including 20% from “premium” renewable energy projects in the New England region (MA Class I RECs).
Exit terms Leave any time. No exit charge. However, large C&I (rates G-3, T-2, and WR) and street lighting customers on the fixed-price Basic Service option may receive a billing adjustment, which may be either a credit or a charge.