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Providence sets rates for community electricity aggregation program
PROVIDENCE – The city has announced the rates for its new community electricity aggregation program set to begin in May. The Providence Community Electricity Program will automatically give residents and small businesses an alternative electricity supplier at a lower cost and with more power from renewable sources. The rates will be fixed over an initial…
This sounds like a great option. Question: for those of us who have solar panels on our roofs for which RI Energy is paying us for that production, what happens if we switch?
Hi Gayle, Good question. Customers that switch to Providence Community Electricity will continue to receive a single utility bill from RI Energy and net metering credits will continue to be applied to your utility bill. – Kevin Proft, Sustainability Office, City of Providence