National Grid | Why Your Bill May Vary
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While weather and rate changes may impact your bill, we offer solutions to help manage your usage and costs.

New England is heading into its second consecutive winter season of unusually high electricity prices. The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission recently approved two rate changes that will impact both gas and electric bills this fall. While gas bills are expected to decrease, the average electric bill will go up by approximately $18 starting in October and lasting through March. Most of this increase is due to the higher price of electricity expected for New England this winter. You can learn more about the rate changes and what programs and resources are available to help offset the effects these changes have on your bills.

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We can help you plan for these increased costs and minimize them when possible. 

Energy Saving Programs

From simple product replacements to whole-system solutions we can help you save energy and improve your home.