Your National Grid Massachusetts electric rate options
Massachusetts has a large energy market with a large number of electricity suppliers, which causes the electricity rates in Massachusetts to vary significantly. Customers often find it difficult to choose a new electricity plan due to the common fine print, hidden fees, and escalating rates once your term ends. This is why the majority of National Grid Massachusetts customers remain on National Grid Massachusetts's default rate, which will go up by 128% on January 1st from 14.82c/kWh to 33.89c/kWh. This will equate to hundreds of dollars per year more for many customers.
Alternatively, you can use Arbor to automatically find and automatically get you to the best electricity rates in your area at absolutely no cost, commitment, or changes to your service.
Getting a lower rate with Arbor
Arbor is a free service that scans the market for the best electricity rates in your area. Here’s how it works:
1) You link your National Grid account via your login, account number, or by uploading a bill to Arbor.
2) Arbor analyzes your current rate and scans the market for our lowest available rate.
3) Once we find a rate lower than your current rate, we’ll facilitate getting it for you.
There is absolutely no change to your reliable National GridF service, and it is 100% free - Arbor only gets compensated from electricity suppliers, if we can help you save by getting you a lower rate than you are currently on.
Arbor will get you a fixed plan rate which you may cancel anytime so there are no surprises every month.
The sign up process only takes a few minutes. Click Start Saving to link your account and avoid overpaying on your National Grid bills.