Eversource prices are moving higher 

Newton Power Choice participants are protected

If you are paying more than one of the Newton Power Choice prices for the supply charge part of your Eversource bill, you could be paying less.

  • Beginning January 1, Eversource’s Basic Service electricity supply price for residential customers will reach a new high of 25.649 ¢/kWh.
  • This price will remain in place until June 30, 2023.

Newton Power Choice offers three price options. All three are lower than Eversource’s price through June 30.

Eversource’s Residential Basic Service

Newton Power Choice

25.649 ¢/kWh

VS 13.452 ¢/kWh – Standard

14.357 ¢/kWh – 100% Green

10.646 ¢/kWh – Basic

In addition to offering lower prices than Eversource through the end of June, all three Newton options offer long-term price stability. While Eversource’s residential prices change every 6 months, Newton Power Choice prices will not change until January 2024.

Please note: Eversource’s prices will change in the future, and those future prices are not known. As a result, we cannot guarantee that Newton Power Choice will always be less expensive in the future.

How do I know if I'm already enrolled?

Look at your bill to determine if you are enrolled.

  • The first page of your Eversource bill will show that your electricity supplier is Direct Energy Newton PowerChoice.
  • The second page of your Eversource bill will show that a Newton price is being used to calculate the Supply charge portion of your bill.

See an example Eversource bill.

How do I enroll?

Enrolling is easy, and you can enroll by phone or online.

  • By phone: Call customer support with Newton’s program consultants at 1-833-272-9592 and provide your electricity account information over the phone.
  • Online: Enter your Eversource account information into the online form.

Remember that it typically takes two billing cycles for the program to appear on your bill.

What happens if the power goes out?

Contact Eversource as usual. You will remain  an Eversource customer, and Eversource will continue to be responsible for delivering your electricity and addressing power outages.

I have questions about the program or my enrollment. Who do I ask?

Contact customer support with Newton’s program consultants: