Opt Up to 100%
100% renewable energy, zero carbon emissions
Anyone who pays an electric bill has the power to make a difference. Opting up to the Brookline All Green product means that all the electricity you use will come from non-polluting New England renewable energy.
Our competitive rates make this choice easier. For less than $3.00 a week*, a typical household could displace over 6,000 pounds of polluting carbon dioxide annually--the equivalent of emissions produced by driving over 7,300 miles in a typical passenger vehicle (www.epa.gov).
How we are different
- We purchase 100% renewable energy generated in New England from local non-profit Mass Energy
- Our purchase of Mass. Class I Renewable Energy Credits guarantees that new renewable energy will be added to the power grid. Avoid greenwashing! Why this is important.
- The cost of additional renewable energy you purchase is eligible for a tax deduction. Mass Energy will mail your statement directly to you.
- Our competitive price is fixed through January 2020.
To Opt Up to 100%:
SIGN UP ONLINE for Brookline All Green OR call Dynegy at 866-220-5696 and ask for Brookline All Green. Have your Eversource account number ready.
SAMPLE Comparison of Cost and Environmental Impact
Based on 600 kWh used per month
|Eversource Basic Service|
Jul 2018 - Dec 2018, residential rate
|Brookline All Green|
Prices fixed through Jan 2020, all classes
|Price per kilowatt hour||$0.11397||$0.13198|
|Monthly cost, electric supply only||$68.38||$79.19|
|Additional renewable energy||0||100%|
|Additional CO2 displaced annually||0||6,170 lbs. CO2|
* Compared to Eversource Basic Service’s residential rate July 2018 to December 2018, which offers no additional renewable energy above what the State requires. A typical household is estimated to consume about 600 kWh of electricity per month. Because Eversource changes its supply rates every six months, the price difference of approximately $2.70 more per week is not guaranteed. Carbon displacement calculation is based on 2015 marginal emissions rate of 857 pounds carbon dioxide per one megawatt hour.