We want to ensure you know what resources and options are available to you.
To learn more visit: unitil.com/winter-energy-prices-2022-2023
Hi there, Alec O'Mera at Unitil here to give you a little more information as to what it means to seek out your own third-party supplier.
As a New Hampshire resident and Unitil customer, I can go to the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission and seek out a rate from the variety of third-party suppliers that are there. They have a good listing of what's available. As of today, the 19th of October, 2022, it looks like I could get a rate for about 18 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh) for the next 12 months.
What does that mean?
That means that upon immediately adopting that rate, I would pay more per kWh for electricity than I would right now until December 1st. After December 1st, I would start seeing a savings because the supply rate that Unitil secured will go up and will stay at that rate for eight months. After that eight-month period, Unitil will go out for another supply rate for the period starting August 1, 2023. I would still be on the 12 month supply rate I had secured in October 2022 so it's unclear whether or not I would have a savings at that time or not.
That's the decision we all have to make on this. It's very difficult to make a good decision without good information. We have created a resource at unitil.com/winter-energy-prices or visit our third-party suppliers page for links to the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission and Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities.
The supply rate (Fixed Energy Service Charge) Unitil secured for December 1, 2022 - July 31, 2023 can be found at unitil.com/rates.