What if I have already chosen a competitive supplier?

The Local Utility records should indicate that you already have a Competitive Supplier. If so, you will not be enrolled in the Community Choice Power Supply Program. However, there is a lag between the date the utility provides the account data and the date the consumer notification letters are mailed so there may be some accounts that are categorized wrong at the time of the mailing. This is why we recommend that you opt-out if you have received a letter and have contracted with a Competitive Supplier or have chosen a Green Power Supply Option.

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1. What is the difference between programs advertised to “lower your electric bill” and municipal aggregation?
2. What is the “community choice power supply program”?
3. Why have I received a consumer notification letter?
4. Why haven’t I receive a consumer notification letter?
5. How will this affect me?
6. What is a "competitive power supplier”?
7. What do I need to do to participate in the program?
8. Why have I not been enrolled, I thought it was automatic?
9. Can I participate in the program if I did not receive a consumer notification letter?
10. When will my enrollment take effect?
11. What if I do not want power from this supplier?
12. What if I decide I want to opt-out after the 30 day initial opt-out period?
13. What if I have already chosen a competitive supplier?
14. What if I am part of national grid’s smart energy solutions program?
15. What if I am on a budget plan or eligible low-income delivery rate?
16. What if I operate a business and have a "tax exempt" status, what do I need to do to maintain my status under this program?
17. What if I have solar panels on my residence or business?