N.H. Utility's Residential, Small Commercial Default Service Rates Falling By Over 30%
Winning Suppliers Disclosed
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Unitil in New Hampshire has filed new proposed default service rates for the six-month period beginning June 1, 2020
The proposed Residential Class fixed Non-G1 all-in default service charge (DSC) is $0.06987, or 6.987¢, per kWh for the six-month period beginning June 1, 2020. This is a decrease of 3.343¢ per kWh, or over 30%, from the current DSC of 10.330¢ per kWh.
The proposed G2 and OL Class fixed Non-G1 DSC is $0.05874, or 5.874¢, per kWh for the six-month period beginning June 1, 2020. This is a decrease of 3.113¢ per kWh, or over 30%, from the current DSC of 8.987¢ per kWh.
Monthly variable rates for both classes can be seen in Unitil's proposed tariff here
In the most recent default service procurement for supply starting June 1, 2020, Unitil selected NextEra Energy Marketing, LLC as the winning bidder for
the small customer (Non-G1) supply requirement (100% share), Exelon Generation
Company, LLC as the winner of the medium customer (Non-G1) supply
requirement (100% share), and H.Q. Energy Services (U.S.), Inc as the
winner of the large customer (G1) supply requirement (100% share). All three
transactions are for a period of six months.