NSTAR to offer renewable electricity to Basic Service customersNSTAR to offer renewable electricity to Basic Service customers
I went online to pay my NSTAR bill this afternoon and found the following:
“Starting in January, pending approval from the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities, NSTAR will be offering electricity supplied by renewable sources to interested Basic Service customers.”
“Customers will be able to choose to have half or all of their electricity come from NSTAR Green.
As proposed, there will be an additional premium of 1.75 cents (half option) or 3 cents (full option) per kWh.”
For me, living in an 850 sq. ft apartment, this would mean an additional $9 – $15 a month if I choose to do the full option. Done and done!
NSTAR will apparently be advertising this option in the coming months. Stay tuned, greenophiles!
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