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How trash can power your home

How trash can power your home Garbage is your new friend. That’s right, the waste that you produce is being used to light and power your home as we speak.

Another New England utility set to increase electricity supply rate

Customers of another New England utility will experience electricity supply rate increases as of Jan. 1, 2018. The Maine Public Utilities Commission has approved new standard offer service rates for …

Another Massachusetts utility set for steep electricity supply hike

Eversource Energy, which transmits and delivers electricity to about 1.4 million electric customers in 140 communities in Massachusetts, has filed notice with the state Department of Public Utilities for a …

Avoid the Door-to-Door Scam

Your Guide to Avoid Door-to-Door Energy Scams To our readers: The following is the first in a Consumer Alert Series on potential scams and how to avoid them. Today’s entry …

Louisiana energy supply rates again lowest in the U.S.

Louisiana residents again got the opportunity to take advantage of the lowest energy-supply rates in the U.S. The average price of electricity per kilowatt hours (kWh) in that state came …

Choose Energy’s Energy Estimator can help you save

Many people talk the talk about conserving energy, but they hardly ever follow up with action. “It’s too complicated,” they say, “because we’re not sure what’s using so much energy …

Massachusetts National Grid customers to hear two familiar words: rate hike

Winter is coming; so is a substantial rate hike for some New England electricity customers. On Nov. 1, National Grid will institute a 34 percent increase in electricity supply rates …