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Rates & Energy Management

Rates & Energy Management

Adding electric car charging stations to your operations may affect your energy costs. To help control your bottom line, you’ll want to evaluate what time of day you plan to charge, the speed of charging you’ll provide, and the number of charging stations you intend to install. Contact us as you get started — we have tools and resources to help you.

Understanding Your Existing Rate Plan

Before you install charging stations or purchase electric vehicles for your fleet, contact one of our Electric Vehicle Advisors Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m, at 855-463-6438 (855-INFO4EV). We’ll evaluate your current electricity usage and costs compared to your projected future charging needs, so you can make informed decisions about equipment installation, determine your eligibility for optional rate plans, and manage your electric fueling costs.

CT Electric customers that want to find out their current electricity rate should go to the Eversource website.

Eastern Massachusetts Electric customers that want to find out their current electricity rate should go to the Eversource website.

NH customers that want to find out their current electricity rate should go to the Eversource website.

Western Massachusetts customers that want to find out their current electricity rate should go to the Eversource website.

Adding Electric Vehicle Charging to Your Existing Rate Plan

When your customers, visitors, or employees use your charging stations, they will most likely do so during the daytime, so it’s important to consider peak and off-peak rates. The electric vehicle charging will be combined with your existing electricity usage on a single meter. Therefore, energy is priced on an applicable non-residential rate using existing rate components, such as time-of-use periods, energy charges and demand charges.