Energy costs keep going up and down,
and we don't like it any more than you do.

We want to help you understand how and why energy costs change.
And, even more important, the work we are doing to bring those costs down.

The Numbers

Your bill breaks down into two main charges:
1.
The cost of the energy itself. Learn More
Eversource, or your supplier, pays to purchase this energy on your behalf from a pool of multiple energy producers, at a set market price.
Supplier Services
What It Means:
  • This is how much Eversource pays to purchase the electricity that is delivered to your home or business.
  • This is the cost that fluctuates most frequently, based on the amount of electricity that is available in the region.
Supplier Services
This example is for illustrative purposes only.
2.
The cost of delivering it. Learn More
This is what we charge to deliver the energy we purchase from these producers to your home or business.
Delivery Services
What It Means:
  • This is what Eversource charges customers to deliver energy to their homes and businesses.
  • This cost is relatively stable.
Delivery Services
This example is for illustrative purposes only.
Eversource Statement
This bill is for illustrative purposes only.
1. Supplier Services
What It Means:
  • This is how much Eversource pays to purchase the electricity that is delivered to your home or business.
  • This is the cost that fluctuates most frequently, based on the amount of electricity that is available in the region.
Why Energy Costs Are
Going Up and Down.
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What We're Doing About It

Market conditions set the price of the energy we purchase for you.
So here's what we're doing to increase the amount of energy in our region.
Because more energy means lower energy costs for you.
Northern Pass
Northern Pass is a project that will bring 1,090 megawatts of clean, affordable electricity from Hydro-Québec to New Hampshire and the rest of New England.
Learn More
Access Northeast
Access Northeast is a project that will bring natural gas to New England, up to one billion cubic feet a day. When in place, this new supply could save the region up to $1 billion every year.
Learn More

How We Help You Reduce
Your Energy Consumption

While we work to reduce your energy costs, we know you're looking for information, tools and tips that will help you save energy and better manage your energy usage. We're here to help.
Eversource and Our Partners
Eversource and its partners provide you with energy efficiency solutions to help you better manage your energy usage — saving you money and energy all year long. There is a wide range of energy efficiency services available for your home or business.
Energy Savings Plan
The Energy Savings Plan is a new tool available to many Eversource customers. It provides energy information and resources specifically customized for you and your home. We'll help you better understand how you are currently using energy and provide energy-saving recommendations.

YOUR ENERGY.
YOUR CHOICE.

You can choose where your energy comes from. We'd like to help.
We want you to have as much control over your energy as possible, and part of that is choosing where it comes from. You have the option to select a competitive energy supplier to purchase electricity on your behalf. Eversource will continue to deliver the power to your home or business. Use this calculator to compare competitive supply offers with Eversource's supply rate. See if you can save money or if your cost would increase.
 
You'll need a copy of your Eversource bill and information provided by a competitive supplier.
Electricity Usage per Month
(in kWh):
Electricity Usage per Month
(in kWh):
Eversource Supply Charge
(Cents per kWh):Example: Basic Service, Standard Service, Energy Charge
Eversource Supply Charge
(Cents per kWh):Example: Basic Service, Standard Service, Energy Charge
Energy Supplier Offer
(Cents per kWh):
Energy Supplier Offer
(Cents per kWh):
Estimated Monthly
Savings ($):
Estimated Monthly
Savings ($):

Understanding energy costs
brings us together.

We hope you understand your energy costs better, and how we're trying to bring them down.
If you have more questions, or if we can help in any way, please contact us.