Eversource Energy, formerly known as Public Service Company of New Hampshire, is one of the largest electric utility companies in New Hampshire. Serving over 500,000 customers, Eversource Energy provides reliable and affordable energy solutions to homes and businesses across the state. The company operates a vast network of power lines and substations to ensure uninterrupted power supply to its customers. Eversource Energy offers various energy efficiency programs, rebates, and incentives to encourage customers to conserve energy and reduce their electricity bills. The company also supports the development of renewable energy sources and has made significant investments in solar and wind power projects in the state. Eversource Energy is committed to providing safe and reliable service to its customers and maintaining the highest standards of environmental stewardship.
Eversource Energy - New Hampshire's energy comes from nuclear, natural gas, biomass, hydroelectric, coal, and wind. Nuclear is the largest source of electricity, providing 60% of Eversource Energy - New Hampshire's energy. Natural Gas is the second largest source, making up 27%. Biomass provides 5% of Eversource Energy - New Hampshire's electricity. Hydroelectric provides 3% of Eversource Energy - New Hampshire's electricity. Coal provides 2% of Eversource Energy - New Hampshire's electricity. Wind provides 2% of Eversource Energy - New Hampshire's electricity.
The average electricity rate for Eversource Energy - New Hampshire customers is 19.51 cents/kWh. Eversource Energy - New Hampshire has several different electricity rates for residential customers, as shown in the table below.
|Rate Name||Rate Type||Cost Per kWh|
|Residential Time-of-Day||TOU||27¢ to 36¢|
|Residential Time-of-Day||TOU||7¢ to 16¢|
The price to compare for Eversource Energy - New Hampshire is 12.58¢. Rates are based on an estimated usage of 1,150 kWh per month.Update usage.
In 2021, the average Eversource Energy - New Hampshire customer lost electricity one time for a duration of 171 minutes. In total, the average Eversource Energy - New Hampshire customer had their electricity out for about 183 minutes during the whole year.
Eversource Energy - New Hampshire can help you upgrade appliances and smart devices in your home.
|Refrigerators (purchase)||$40||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Room Air Conditioning (purchase)||$20||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Light Bulbs||$10||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Clothes Dryers||$100||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Clothes Dryers||$40||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Heat Pump Water Heaters||$750||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Light Bulbs||$1.50 - $2||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Refrigerators (purchase)||$50||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Clothes Washers||$50||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Clothes Washers||$25||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
|Clothes Dryers||$200||Eversource (NH)||See Details|
For systems up to 100 kW, net excess generation is credited at a rate equal to 100% of the retail energy and transmission charges plus 25% of the distribution charge, and for systems greater than 100 kW, this rate is equal to the energy charge only.
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