With Cold Weather Returning NSTAR Can Help Keep Customers Warm
After a welcome period of above average temperatures, seasonally cold weather is returning to the region and with it comes an increasing need for home heating. NSTAR is encouraging customers to consider now how they’ll conserve energy to save on their winter heating bills, before the bitter cold arrives. The company offers several programs to help customers lower their energy bills and have experts available to assist in finding and signing up for the programs best suited for them. More.
Bill's Bright Ideas:
Safe and Efficient Holiday Decorating
The holidays are a time for colorful lights and beautifully decorated homes. By remembering a few tried and true tips – along with considering some new lighting options – you’ll be able to safely enjoy your holiday display this year without a big jump in your December bill. More.
Recent Press Releases:
NSTAR Electric Company Declares Preferred Dividends
The Board of Directors of NSTAR Electric Company declared preferred stock dividends payable November 1, 2013 to holders of record as of October 10, 2013. More.
It’s National Preparedness Month – NSTAR is Ready,
September is National Preparedness Month and NSTAR is ready to respond to any damage and outages this year’s seasonal storms may bring. With the height of hurricane season upon us and the recent history of major storms hitting our region, the company is also reminding customers to be sure they’re prepared for emergencies too. More.
Northeast Utilities Appoints Three Executives to New Operations Positions
Northeast Utilities has appointed three current executives to new roles within its electric operating companies. The move is in keeping with NU’s mission to structure its operations in a way that will best serve its approximately 3.6 million customers across New England. More.
NSTAR Proposes Cut in Natural Gas Price
For the remainder of the summer and into the fall, NSTAR Gas customers can expect to pay a supply price that’s 26.5 percent less than the current summer price. The company has submitted a new gas supply rate of about 39 cents per therm, down from the current price of nearly 53 cents. If approved by the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities, the price cut will save the average NSTAR Gas customer $4 a month beginning September 1. More.