With the signing of a three year-contract, 23 Massachusetts communities continue their Community Electricity Aggregation (CEA) program with Good Energy.
As the largest electricity bulk purchasing program in Massachusetts and third largest in the country, Mass CEA has saved residents money on energy since 2016. The 23 communities included in the CEA are in the South Coast to northern Middlesex County. Mass CEA estimates that purchases of electricity through the program have saved residents and businesses more than $8 million.
In addition to saving money, residents also pay a fixed rate while able to opt-out of the program at any time. Public Power supplies the electricity for the CEA, which is fixed at $0.10122 per kilowatt hour from January 2018 to January 2021. Public Power won the highly competitive bid process, which Good Energy conducted this past April.
The program aims to provide residents and businesses with reduced electric rates, price stability and a responsible alternative to other utilities.
Towns that participate in the Mass CEA include: Acushnet, Attleboro, Carver, Dartmouth, Dedham, Dighton, Douglas, Dracut, Fairhaven, Fall River, Freetown, Marion, Mattapoisett, New Bedford, Northbridge, Norton, Plainville, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Somerset, Swansea, Westford, and Westport.
To find out how Good Energy can help your community save on electric rates and stabilize prices, visit Good Energy.