Sudbury Community Electricity Aggregation (CEA) is a program offered by the town of Sudbury to provide new electricity supply options and more renewable energy to Sudbury residents and businesses.
The Program has been active since August 2017, and in August 2020, the Town changed electricity suppliers, to NextEra Energy Services. With Sudbury CEA, Eversource continues to deliver electricity and manage all electricity billing. The only change is the source and cost of electricity supply, chosen by the Town of Sudbury through a competitive bid process.
Sudbury CEA has been renewed for an additional term through Fall 2025. The Town will announce the program rates this Fall and take effect on the December 2023 meter read. All current participants will receive a notice in the mail about a month before the new rates take effect. View December 2023 prices here.
Sudbury CEA offers three choices for your electricity supply. The chart below describes these choices and compares them to current Basic Service electricity supply rates from Eversource.
|Sudbury Green*||Sudbury Class I Green||Sudbury Basic||Eversource |
|Renewable Energy||100% Renewable (37% MA Class I, 63% National Wind) in addition to other State Standards||100% Renewable (100% MA Class I) in addition to other State Standards||Meets state standards||Meets state standards|
|Residential||10.712 ¢/kWh||13.805 ¢/kWh||10.048 ¢/kWh||16.078 ¢/kWh|
|Commercial||10.712 ¢/kWh||13.805 ¢/kWh||10.048 ¢/kWh||15.899 ¢/kWh|
|Industrial||10.712 ¢/kWh||13.805 ¢/kWh||10.048 ¢/kWh||15.428 ¢/kWh (NEMA**)|
|August 2020 – |
|August 2020 – |
|August 2020 – |
|July – December 2023|
a different product or has opted out of the Sudbury CEA program.
^Learn more about the State’s renewable energy standards, including MA Class I.
Products described as Green contain renewable energy certificates above that required by the Commonwealth. Local refers to renewable energy generated in New England.
**NEMA – Northeastern Massachusetts Load Zone
The Sudbury CEA program seeks to provide price stability and average savings over the duration of the program, however, because future Basic Service rates are not known beyond the months shown in the table above, there is no guarantee of savings. Rates apply to service beginning and ending on the days of the month that your meter is read in your service area.
How to Participate in Sudbury CEA
Most residents and businesses in Sudbury already participate in the Sudbury CEA program. Check your electricity bill to see if you’re one of them: the Supplier should be listed as NextEra ENGYSV MA-Sudbury Agg. If Eversource is still listed as your supplier, you may complete the enrollment form to sign up for Sudbury CEA. If a different supplier is listed, contact that supplier to check for penalties or termination fees that they may charge before you join the Sudbury CEA program.
Participation in the Sudbury CEA program is voluntary: you can leave the program at any time without fee or penalty.
The program will periodically send Customer Notification letters to new or newly eligible electricity customers, which include program details, information about product prices, and renewable energy certificates. Customers who receive this letter and do not choose to opt out will be automatically enrolled. To enroll sooner, use our online forms.
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Program Contact Information
For customer service, contact Good Energy, the energy consultant that administers the program, at (844) 864-3828 or complete the contact us form.
NextEra Energy Services – Program Supplier
Phone: (855) 639-8174 Monday – Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM EST Email: Nesgovagg@gexaenergy.com