Deregulated Energy in Massachusetts
Massachusetts electric customers can benefit from a deregulated energy system. Already, more than 500,000 residents and business owners throughout the state have taken the opportunity to switch, giving them a chance to save on their monthly energy bills. The deregulated energy system takes the electric monopoly away from Massachusetts utility companies and allows customers the choice of who supplies their energy, and how much they pay for it.
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Why deregulated energy?
The Massachusetts deregulated energy system helps customers save money on their monthly energy bills without compromising their energy’s quality of service. Through the deregulated electric market, Massachusetts residents and business owners can choose who supplies their home or office’s electricity. Suppliers from across the country compete for Massachusetts energy customers by offering high-quality energy products and pricing incentives, which are often better deals and lower rates than those of the local utility companies.
In addition to rate stability and first-rate service, deregulated energy suppliers frequently offer options for green or renewable energy sourcing, appliance efficiency improvements and more. To learn about what types of plans and products are offered through deregulated energy suppliers, click here
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Who provides my power?
The only difference you’ll see in your energy service with a deregulated plan is how much you’re paying for it. Even with a deregulated energy plan, your local utility will continue to deliver reliable electricity or natural gas to your home or business.
Massachusetts customers with deregulated energy plans will receive the same high-quality utility service that they’ve always had, but with the benefit of a lower price tag. This is because your local utility still delivers electricity to your home or business – signing up with a deregulated energy supplier won’t interrupt your power service at all. If you do encounter a power outage or other problem, contact your utility immediately.