Who provides my electricity?
One of the most common confusions within the Brockton deregulated energy system is who provides the electricity. To put it simply, retail suppliers provide energy to the local Brockton utilities, and the utilities deliver the electricity to your home or business. So, no matter which deregulated supplier you sign a contract with, your local utility will still deliver and maintain safe, reliable power for you, the customer.
Compare Brockton Electricity Rates
We have provided you with some of our competitive rates in your area, which we have determined to be 02301.
|Supplier||Plan||Energy Term Length||Rate|
|36 Month Home Power Plan||36 month fixed||11.69¢|
|Live Brighter 12||12 month fixed||12.19¢|
|Live Brighter 18||18 month fixed||11.69¢|
|6 Month Home Power Plan||6 month fixed||11.99¢|
|12 Month Green Home Power Plan||12 month fixed||12.69¢|
We have 4 more plans available in 02301.Shop Rates
If you decide not to go with a deregulated energy plan, your local utility will still deliver and maintain your power at a default rate. But, keep in mind, this rate often is higher than those from retail suppliers and can be subject to change with the rise and fall of energy prices. To lock in a low rate today, visit the Choose Energy marketplace.
How does switching work?
- Enter your Brockton ZIP code above.
- Find and compare deregulated electric plans from Choose Energy’s preferred suppliers.
- Sign up for your new deregulated energy plan!
Once you’ve picked a supplier and signed up for a plan, your work is done. Your new supplier will communicate with your utility and make sure that there are no interruptions to your power during the switch. If you do experience an outage or other problem, call your utility – not your supplier.
Ready to exercise energy choice? Enter your ZIP above.
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