Greenfield residents will save on their electric bills

Starting August 1st, customers of Greenfield's Light and Power program will see lower electric bills

GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Greenfield Light and Power customers will soon be paying less for their electricity.

Many Greenfield residents are ecstatic about the prospects of saving a little extra money on their electric bills. Starting August 1st, customers of Greenfield’s Light and Power program will see lower electric bills.

That’s because the rates for residential and commercial customers will be reduced to about 11 cents per kilowatt hour.

One local Greenfield business told 22News, not only is this good for business, it’s also good for customers. John Musacchio of the Greenfield Open Air Market told 22News, “With cost going down, it really helps me maintain our prices more consistently at a lower price because I’d rather sell things at a lower price than to have to adjust for price increases and things because the public responds to that very well.”

The town has negotiated a one-year extension to the already existing one-year contract with ConEdision Solutions. That’s the company that’s providing the 100-percent green energy to those Greenfield Light and Power customers.

For additional information for those Greenfield Light and Power customers, click here.

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