A municipal electricity aggregation is a group electricity purchasing program, and more than half of all Massachusetts cities and towns participate in one.
In the Natick Electricity Aggregation Program, Eversource continues to deliver your electricity and you continue to call them when the power goes out, but you no longer have Eversource’s Basic Service for the supply portion of your electricity bill. Instead, the Town of Natick uses the group purchasing power of the community to negotiate a contract with an electricity supplier on behalf of residents and businesses and to determine the price of the community’s electricity supply and whether any additional renewable electricity is included. If you participate in the Natick Electricity Aggregation Program, Eversource uses Natick’s price to calculate the supply portion of your electricity bill instead of their own Basic Service price.
The Town of Natick makes no money on this program and participants can leave the program at any time with no fee.