National Grid delivers natural gas to over 3.5 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers across the northeast, including New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.
National Grid (Keyspan New York) "Price to Compare"
National Grid will continue to provide you energy service by default if you don’t choose a plan from an independent energy supplier.
The default rate is your “Price to Compare.” You can use it as a baseline to help you decide if you can save money by choosing another supplier. If another supplier’s price per Ccf is lower than the “Price to Compare,” you can save the difference per Ccf by switching to that supplier. The rates you’ll be charged under the “default” plan are approved by your state’s public utility commission. However, those rates will likely be higher than what you can find if you shop around for an energy plan.
National Grid (Keyspan New York) natural gas rates
Residential and commercial customers that do not sign up with an independent natural gas supplier, will receive a default variable rate plan from National Grid. The rates for this plan change monthly based on changes in the energy markets.
National Grid Keyspan New York customers can check out natural gas suppliers to find a plan with a lower and more stable rate than the default rate.
These rates include only the cost of producing the electricity. There are additional costs for the delivery of the electricity to your home or business. The delivery costs will remain the same no matter who supplies your energy.
To report a hazard or a gas leak, you can reach National Grid at the above-listed number.