Your options

  • All new electricity accounts in Natick are automatically enrolled in Standard Green on a periodic basis. You will receive a notice by mail from the Town before being automatically enrolled.
  • You may opt up to the 100% Green option, opt down to the Natick Basic/Brown option, or opt out at any time.
  • Program prices apply only to the Supply portion of your electric bill. Delivery charges are unaffected by participation in the Natick Electricity Aggregation Program.

Electricity supplier: On your Eversource electric bill, your supplier will be listed as “First Point Natick Electricity Agg.” See an example Eversource bill.

Electricity mix: The program’s electricity supplier is required to provide an energy mix disclosure label that offers detail about all of the sources of electricity provided. Visit the Resources page to download the most recent label.

Compare prices: Use the tables below to compare the Natick Electricity Aggregation Program prices with Eversource’s current Basic Service prices (scroll down). Or use the online calculator to compare Natick Electricity Aggregation Program prices with Eversource’s most recent 12-month average Basic Service prices.

New prices coming soon – December 2023 – December 2025

Scroll down to see current program prices below this table. 

Standard Green(automatic enrollment)

 

 

100% Green100% renewable energy from New England**
(option available by request)
Natick Basic/Brown (option available by request)

 

 

 

Eversource’s Basic Service
(if you opt out)

Price 15.561 ¢/kWh* 17.474 ¢/kWh* 14.680 ¢/kWh* 16.078 ¢/kWh – residential
15.899 ¢/kWh – small business
15.614 ¢/kWh – large business
Price period December 2023 – December 2025 December 2023 – December 2025 December 2023 – December 2025 July 1, 2023 – December 31, 2023, residential & small business. October 1, 2023 – December 31, 2023, large business.
Renewable energy content

Renewable or clean energy required by state law

59% – 2023
62% – 2024
63% – 2025
59% – 2023
62% – 2024
63% – 2025
59% – 2023
62% – 2024
63% – 2025
59% – 2023
62% – 2024
63% – 2025
Renewable energy (MA Class I RECs), added by Natick 19% – 2023
22% – 2024
25% – 2025
78% – 2023
76% – 2024
73% – 2025
0% 0%
Exit terms Leave any time. No fee or penalty. Leave any time. No fee or penalty. Leave any time. No fee or penalty. Leave any time. No fee or penalty. 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.

Prices through December 2023

Standard Green(automatic enrollment)

 

 

100% Green100% renewable energy from New England**
(option available by request)
Natick Basic/Brown (option available by request)

 

 

 

Eversource’s Basic Service
(if you opt out)

Price 21.398 ¢/kWh* 23.624 ¢/kWh* 20.738 ¢/kWh*

16.078 ¢/kWh – residential
15.899 ¢/kWh – small business
15.614 ¢/kWh – large business

Price period December 2022 – December 2023 December 2022 – December 2023 December 2022 – December 2023 July 1, 2023 – December 31, 2023, residential & small business. October 1, 2023 – December 31, 2023, large business.
Renewable energy content

Renewable or clean energy required by state law

59% 59% 59% 59%
Renewable energy (MA Class I RECs), added by Natick 19% 78% 0% 0%
Exit terms Leave any time. No fee or penalty. Leave any time. No fee or penalty. Leave any time. No fee or penalty. Leave any time. No fee or penalty. 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.

* Prices include a $0.001/kWh administrative 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. 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.
** Natick 100% Green includes the minimum amount of MA Class I RECs required by law each year plus the additional amount needed to reach 100%. Natick’s electricity supplier must also purchase other renewable energy to meet state requirements. As a result, the total renewable content for Natick 100% Green exceeds 100%.