What happens with my current utility?

Your electric bill has two main sections:

  • Delivery - Delivery charges cover the cost to maintain the physical infrastructure and address electricity outages. 
  • Supply - Supply charges cover the cost of the electricity.

With a CCA you will still pay the delivery portion of your bill to National Grid and the supply will be paid to the company selected to serve the CCA. You will receive one bill from National Grid.

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1. What is Community Choice Aggregation (CCA)?
2. What happens with my current utility?
3. Can I participate?
4. What if I don’t want to participate in the CCA?
5. What if I don’t opt-out within 30 days?
6. How do I know if National Grid is my electric supplier?
7. Can I join (opt-into) the CCA if I already selected a supply company other than National Grid?
8. What if I move?
9. Where does the electricity come from?
10. Can I get renewable electricity through the CCA?
11. What electric suppliers serve CCAs?