Deregulated Energy in New Hampshire
New Hampshire residents and business owners have had the opportunity to see whether they can save with deregulated electricity since 1996.
85,000 Homes & Businesses | 2 Retail Suppliers | 3 Utility Companies
The state’s deregulated energy system gives energy customers more options when it comes to who supplies their energy and how much they pay for it. To find and compare deregulated energy rates in your area, enter your ZIP code above.
New Hampshire electricity rates
|Plan Name||Plan Length||Rate|
|ENH Power - Worry Free 24||24 months||$0.085 / kWh|
|ENH Power - Worry Free 12||12 months||$0.086 / kWh|
Please note: All rates above are accurate as of 4/15/2021, 11:42:37 AM CDT for ZIP Code 03101. Rates may have changed since this date/time. For the most up to date rates in your area, please enter your zip code above.
Why switch to deregulated energy?
The purpose of a deregulated energy system is to help customers save money by giving them options for their energy supplier. New Hampshire’s state legislature deregulated the energy market by taking the monopoly away from the local utility companies and opening the market up to national, trusted retail suppliers. Retail suppliers offer a range of plans and products, such as:
- Fixed-rate plans
- Variable-rate plans
- Green or renewable energy sourcing
- Home services
Our partners at Choose Energy will show you what’s available in your area; enter your ZIP code above to get started!
Who delivers my electricity?
New Hampshire’s utility customers and deregulated energy customers will receive the same high level of service and electricity delivery for their homes or businesses. The only difference deregulated energy customers will experience is the rate they pay for their monthly energy supply – this is the rate that you signed up for with your retail supplier.
Once you’ve picked a deregulated energy plan from Choose Energy, your new supplier will contact your local utility to set up your service. During this time, you should not experience any interruptions to your power delivery; if you do experience a power outage or other emergency, contact your utility directly
|Utility Company||Emergency Contact Number||Customer Service Number|
|Eversource (formerly PSNH)||800-662-7764||Residential: 800-662-7764
|Unitil Energy Systems, Inc.||Natural Gas: 866-900-4115
Electric (Capital): 800-852-3339
Electric (Seacoast): 800-582-7276
|Capital Region: 800-852-3339
Seacoast Region: 800-582-7276
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