Norwalk energy rates
Located in Fairfield County, Norwalk is the sixth most populous city in Connecticut and has a population of 89,005. Since it is only an hour from New York City, Norwalk is a popular community for people who work in the city. However, just as importantly, Norwalk is home to many businesses that help support the local economy. As a result, Norwalk requires access to affordable, efficient and reliable energy for both its residential and commercial members.
Since the New England climate can be incredibly unpredictable, it is typically best to purchase energy after the winter has ended in early April or before the snow begins to fall in early November. Energy rates in Norwalk vary in price from 8.19 to 10.95 cents per kilowatt hour depending on when customers buy.