Liberty Utilities is a regulated electric and natural gas utility company that serves over 90,000 customers in New Hampshire. The company is headquartered in Salem, NH and is a subsidiary of Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. Liberty Utilities operates and maintains a vast network of electric transmission and distribution lines, as well as natural gas pipelines, across the state. The company's mission is to provide safe, reliable, and affordable energy services to its customers while also investing in clean energy solutions, such as solar and wind power. Liberty Utilities is committed to promoting energy efficiency and conservation among its customers through various programs and initiatives.
The average electricity rate for Liberty Utilities - New Hampshire customers is 18.32 cents/kWh. Liberty Utilities - New Hampshire has several different electricity rates for residential customers, as shown in the table below.
|Rate Name||Rate Type||Cost Per kWh|
|Domestic Service Rate D||Fixed||14¢ to 15¢|
|Domestic Service Rate D-10 TOU||TOU||11¢ to 20¢|
|Limited Total Electrical Living Rate (T)||Fixed||15¢|
The price to compare for Liberty Utilities - New Hampshire is 12.61¢. Rates are based on an estimated usage of 1,150 kWh per month.Update usage.
In 2021, the average Liberty Utilities - New Hampshire customer lost electricity one time for a duration of 159 minutes. In total, the average Liberty Utilities - New Hampshire customer had their electricity out for about 165 minutes during the whole year.
Liberty Utilities - New Hampshire can help you upgrade appliances and smart devices in your home.
|Clothes Washers||$50||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Clothes Dryers||$200||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Light Bulbs||$1.50 - $2||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Heat Pump Water Heaters||$750||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Clothes Dryers||$100||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Clothes Dryers||$40||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Air-Source Heat Pump - Split Systems||$250-$450||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Room Air Conditioning (purchase)||$20||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Refrigerators (purchase)||$40||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Central Air Conditioning - Single Package||$250-$450||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Clothes Washers||$25||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Light Bulbs||$10||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Air-Source Heat Pump - Single Package||$250-$450||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Central Air Conditioning - Split Systems||$250-$450||Liberty Utilities||See Details|
|Refrigerators (purchase)||$50||Liberty Utilities||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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