Fourth Largest City In New York Set To Start Service Under Opt-Out Aggregation After Recently Joining, Supplier Named
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The City of Yonkers has joined the Westchester Power opt-out municipal aggregation for electricity, with service to begin March 1
Constellation NewEnergy was awarded the contract to be the ESCO provider to the City of Yonkers for the initial launch.
CNE will supply electricity to Yonkers starting from the program launch on March 1st, until November 30th, 2023.
There are two fixed-rate supply options available to Yonkers residents through Westchester Power (rates fixed through November 2023):
• 100% Renewable: 8.710¢/kWh
• Standard Supply Mix: 7.512¢/kWh
Yonkers elected to have aggregation customers default to the 100% renewable option
With the addition of the City of Yonkers in March, the Westchester Power program will
expand to 29 municipalities and provide 100% renewable energy supply to roughly
135,000 Westchester residents and small businesses (and standard energy supply to
another 10,000 accounts).