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Electric Aggregations

Is your municipality participating in an electric aggregation?   Here are some frequently asked questions associated with electric aggregators.

You may be enrolled with a competitive supplier as a result of the implementation of an electric municipal aggregation in your city or town.

Massachusetts law allows communities to implement municipal aggregations. After receiving specific and required state approvals, a community can negotiate with a Supplier to provide electric supply for eligible customers in the city or town. If your municipality participates in an aggregation, you should have been sent educational information and an opt-out card for you to mail in if you chose not to participate in your municipality’s aggregation.

Massachusetts customers are eligible for automatic enrollment in a municipal aggregation if they receive basic service for their electric supply and do not participate in National Grid’s GreenUp program.

Yes. There is no fee to exit the aggregation. You may call National Grid at 1-800-322-3223 and request to be dropped from the aggregation and be brought back to the utility’s basic service for your electric supply. You can also contact the Supplier and request to be dropped from the municipal aggregation.