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Greenfield, MA Offers Affordable Green Electricity in January 2015

December 2014 - Greenfield Community Light and Power (Greenfield) will begin to offer 100 percent renewable power to its customers beginning January 1, 2015 through an agreement with ConEdison. This agreement, which replaces a prior agreement with Western Massachusetts Electric Company (WMECo), will provide renewable energy at a reduced price ($0.01065—$0.09080/kWh lower than WMECo's, depending on the rate class). Under the new program, residents and businesses could expect to save $72 and $144 a year, respectively, while large commercial and industrial sector customers could expect to save near $3,000 per month on their electric bills. Greenfield has negotiated a 12-month contract with ConEdison, so the rates will stay unchanged throughout the year. Customers will automatically be enrolled in the Standards supply, which is 100% renewable energy, primarily from Maine hydropower. Customers can choose the Greener Option for a slight premium, which includes 20% New England wind.

News Release - Greenfield Light & Power Program

News Article- Green power program to launch January