Massachusetts getting bad news all over

Last winter was tough for many in the northeast with the polar vortex. Unfortunately, just because the winter of 2013-14 is overmassachusetts and 2014-2015 is starting, many are still paying for the cold weather last year.

Utility rates in the northeast have skyrocketed in some cases, but it seems that those in Massachusetts are among the hardest hit. National Grid was approved as of November 1 to an increased rate to 16.18 cents per kwh-nearly double the previous rate.

NatGrid

 

The Boston Globe reports an expected 29% increase in the Nstar rates-from 8.379 to 14.972 cents per kwh.

These two are among the highest increases out there and it seems, at least NatGrid, is expecting this trend to continue!

Fortunately, there is an answer, you don’t have to accept these utility rates! You can lock in a great savings rate of 11.99 for the NEXT THREE YEARS if you act before November 30, 2014.

As a matter of fact, we are so confident that customers will benefit from the price certainty offered for three years, we also offer transparency into our back-end rebate — which includes up to 110% of the difference should the customer end up paying more with us vs the utility.
-Price safety
-Savings
-and a guarantee.
The choice is yours-a dramatically high electric bill this winter with price uncertainty or a low locked in rate you can rely on for the next three years.
There are only a few days left in this month, so act today to lock in your rate guarantee for the next three years.

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