Colonial Power Aggregation Program Available in West Stockbridge

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WEST STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — There is electrical service available at a lower rate than National Grid for West Stockbridge residents.
The Town of West Stockbridge has an aggregation agreement through Colonial Power.  
Most residents automatically opted into this program. Those who were not can "proactively" enroll rather than wait for the the next sweep mailing. 
Anyone from West Stockbridge can proactively join at any time by completing the form on their website or by calling Colonial at 866-485-5858 or Dynegy at 866-220-5696. 
Information about the program including the opt-in form can be found here:
When West Stockbridge negotiates a new rate for renewal in November 2023, all those currently enrolled in the program will automatically be "renewed" and no action will be required.
The current rate for the program through Colonial Power vs the current National Grid rate:
Colonial Power Program Rate:
Term: November 2020 – November 2023
Rate: $0.09950 / kWh
Renewable Energy : MA Req + 5% MA Class I RECs
National Grid Basic Service Rate:
Term: November 1, 2022 – April 30, 2023
Rate: $0.33891 / kWh
Renewable Energy : Meets MA Req

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