New York Residential Electric Rates
New York electricity rates as low as 4.69 cents/kilowatt hour in the Choose Energy marketplace.
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There are a few key reasons New Yorkers should consider where they’re buying their electricity supply. National Grid residential electricity delivery went up by $3 a month in 2019 and will raise by $3 again in 2020. NYSEG rates for electricity and natural gas are set to rise by $6 a month. And Con Ed just announced rate increases for the next three years!
However, customers of both utilities can do something about their energy supply costs. Nearly 2 million New Yorkers have switched to an energy service company, or ESCO, to find lower rates for their electricity and natural gas service. See if you can find savings and/or green energy; just enter your ZIP code above to see plans in your area.