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Eversource is the largest electric utility in Connecticut, serving over 1.2 million customers in approximately 149 cities. Eversource was founded in 1966 as Northeast Utilities (NU) following the merger of three large New England utility companies. In 2015, the company rebranded all operations as Eversource. This created a single entity that proudly serves customers across Connecticut, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Eversource customers enjoy the benefit of Energy Choice. This means they can compare electricity providers and realize potential savings over the default supply rate of electricity. Keep reading to learn more about how to find the best electricity rate for you.

Get The Best Eversource CT Electricity Rates

Featured Rates:

Utility: Eversource Energy(CL&P)
Plan Term & Rate per kWh
Starion Energy

Starion Energy

EcoGreen Secure

27 months

Rates Updated: 11/1/2020.

For a full list of plans on, find the Rate Comparison Tool at the top of the page and enter your ZIP Code.

How to Compare Electricity Rates makes electricity shopping as easy as possible. With the Rate Comparison Tool, comparing and switching to a great new electricity plan is simple. All you need to do is follow this three-step process:

Compare Eversource Connecticut Electricity Rates
  1. Enter your ZIP Code – To get a list of providers and plans available in your area.
  2. Compare electricity providers and plans – Pay attention to each plan’s length and electricity supply rate.
  3. Switch electricity providers – After finding the right plan for you, select it and fill out the necessary information.

Your new provider will take over within one to two billing cycles. Eversource still bills you, so the only change you will notice is your electricity rate.

Service Area

Eversource’s electricity service area includes 149 towns and covers 4,400 square miles throughout Connecticut including Hartford, Stamford, and Norwalk.

Eversource’s natural gas service territory includes 74 towns and covers 2,632 square miles.

Eversource Connecticut Energy Choice

Eversource customers receive both their electricity distribution and supply from the utility by default. In 2000, Connecticut passed energy deregulation laws giving its residents Energy Choice and the ability to find better rates. Since then, over 700,000 households and 100,000 businesses in Connecticut have taken advantage of their ability to choose their electricity provider and save on energy costs.

There is a wide range of electricity providers for Connecticut residents to choose between. Their choices range from small, local electricity companies to larger providers like Constellation and Direct Energy. Some providers, like Starion Energy, specialize in offering 100% renewable options.

Having so many providers to choose from can be downright overwhelming. When you shop electricity rates with, you can be confident that you’re only getting the best rates from leading providers so that you can rest assured.

Reading Your Eversource Electricity Bill

There are two primary types of charges on your Eversource electricity bill, delivery charges and supply charges.

Delivery charges are what you pay for the reliable delivery of electricity to your home. These prices are set by the Connecticut Public Utilities Commission and do not change. Supply charges are what you pay, by the kilowatt-hour, for the electricity that you use.

If you participate in Energy Choice, you’re able to control the supply portion of your electricity bill. Follow this link for more information about reading your Eversource electricity bill including how to find your account number and more.

Eversource Price To Compare

The Price to Compare is the default electricity supply rate that Eversource charges if you do not participate in Energy Choice. This is the rate that you’ll use when comparing providers and determining how much you can possibly save. The Price to Compare can be found on your latest electricity bill.

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Have more questions about Energy Choice in Connecticut? Visit our in-depth page about comparing Connecticut electricity rates.