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Customer Rates at Eversource (MA) $50 Million Higher As A Result Of Muni Aggregation

July 06,2017

The Boston Globe reports on municipal opt-out aggregation in Massachusetts, with some 100 municipalities now active

The Globe reports that Eversource has estimated that customers in municipal aggregations have paid over $50 million more in aggregate since 2005 versus the Eversource default service rate

The Globe also reports on customer confusion with the opt-out process, with one customer telling the Globe they were put off by the process

See The Boston Globe for the story

Massachusetts   Municipal Aggregation   Default Service  

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