Providence unveils plans for bundling energy use under new supplier

THE CITY OF PROVIDENCE on Monday unveiled plans to conduct a competitive bidding process for an energy supplier under a bundled plan that would cut costs and increase renewable energy usage. The city currently utilizes National Grid’s electricity supply. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MARK S. MURPHY
THE CITY OF PROVIDENCE on Monday unveiled plans to conduct a competitive bidding process for an energy supplier under a bundled plan that would cut costs and increase renewable energy usage. The city currently utilizes National Grid’s electricity supply. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MARK S. MURPHY
PROVIDENCE – Providence residents and business owners could see their electricity bills drop under a new Community Choice Aggregation Plan unveiled on Monday. The proposal, announced by Mayor Jorge O. Elorza in conjunction with various city leaders and green energy partners, aims to let the city contract with a single energy provider for all municipal…

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