AVON – City administrator Gregory S. Enos announces that the City of Avon will continue its power consolidation program for another three years, between December 2021 and December 2024.
Those who already participate in the program – and that’s most Avon residents and small businesses – have nothing to do to continue their participation. Those who have not been part of Avon’s Community Electricity Aggregation Program (CEA) can learn more about the program on the program’s website. Avon-CEA.com.
“We are delighted to renew the electricity program for an additional three years with fixed and stable tariffs,” said city administrator Enos. “The program will continue to provide benefits to our community for years to come. “
Avon CEA, which will continue with electricity supplier Dynegy, offers two different products: a default option and a 100% renewable electricity option for those who want to invest more in renewables. The table below shows the new Avon CEA tariffs.
Residents should note that savings cannot be guaranteed compared to National Grid basic service rates, which change every six months for residential and commercial accounts and every three months for industrial accounts.
Current Avon residents and businesses participating in the Avon CEA program will automatically switch to the new default electricity rate as of their November 2021 meter reading date. Program participants will see Dynegy-Avon listed as their supplier in the Supply Services section of their National Grid utility bill.
The Avon CEA program, launched in July 2019, is part of a larger movement in Massachusetts to provide more local control and electricity choices to residents and small businesses. More than 160 towns and villages in Massachusetts have a power consolidation program.
For more information on the program, visit Avon-CEA.com.