Compare National Grid MA Electricity Rates
National Grid is one of the largest energy companies in the US, delivering electricity to over 20 million customers throughout Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. National Grid prides itself on working hard to transform the generation and delivery of energy. They are achieving this through smarter, cleaner and more resilient solutions that create a sustainable future.
If you’re a National Grid customer in Massachusetts, you benefit from Energy Choice. This gives you the ability to compare electricity rates, pay less than your neighbors for electricity and realize savings on your bill. Keep reading to find out how you can get the best rates and
Get The Best National Grid MA Electricity Rates
Find the Rate Comparison Tool at the top of the page and enter your ZIP Code for all rates in your area.
How to Compare Electricity Rates
ElectricityRates.com makes electricity shopping as easy as possible. With the Rate Comparison Tool, comparing and switching to a great new electricity plan is just minutes away. All you need to do is follow this simple three-step process:
- Enter your ZIP Code – To get a list of providers and plans available in your area.
- Compare electricity providers and plans – Pay attention to each plan’s length and electricity supply rate.
- Switch electricity providers – After finding the right plan for you, select it, fill out the necessary info and switch.
That’s all! Your new provider takes care of the rest and you will be on your new plan within one to two billing cycles.
National Grid delivers electricity to about 1.2 million customers in Massachusetts serving in at least a part of almost every county besides Barnstable and Dukes counties.
- Fall River
Massachusetts Energy Choice
In 1997, the Massachusetts legislature passed energy deregulation laws giving MA residents the benefit of Energy Choice. This means that retail electricity providers can offer you competing rates for the supply of your electricity that are lower than what you’re paying through the utility.
When you switch to a new provider, National Grid continues to:
- Deliver electricity safely & reliably
- Respond to emergencies and outages
- Provide restoration services after storms
Comparing electricity providers can be quite a dilemma if you’re not informed. There are a lot of different electricity providers and types of rates to choose from in Massachusetts.
ElectricityRates.com makes the process of choosing an electricity provider simple, secure and free. In the Marketplace, you’ll only find great rates from leading providers so you can be confident in your choice.
Reading Your National Grid Electricity Bill
Two types of charges make up your electricity bill. Those are delivery charges for safe and reliable energy delivery and supply charges for the electricity that you use. With Energy Choice, you can switch electricity providers and save on your electricity supply rate.
- Charged by National Grid to maintain electricity poles & wires
- Set rate that doesn’t change when you switch providers
- Ensures the continuous safe delivery of electricity
- Charged for electricity that you’re using every month
- Based on the supply rate and kilowatt-hours (kWh) used
- Can find lower rates than what National Grid is charging
Follow this link to learn more about your National Grid bill including where to find your account number, Price to Compare and more.
National Grid Price To Compare
The Price To Compare is your electricity supply rate if you receive the default electricity supply from National Grid. You use this number to compare electricity plans and see how much you can save on electricity by switching providers. You can find the Price To Compare on your electricity bill.
National Grid Contact Information
- Customer Service Number: 1-800-322-3223
- Report an Outage Number: 1-800-465-1212
- Official Website
- Report an Outage
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