National Grid Customers in Rhode Island

Get a low electric supply rate when
you switch to North American Power.

It's easy, and takes only a few minutes:


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Click Here for more details on the 6-Month Fixed Rate Plan

North American Power's understanding of the EDC's price to compare and renewable energy standard charge is applicable as of April 1, 2014 and is valid through June 30, 2014.

Lock in pricing for 6 monthly billing cycles of our 25%greenelectric product. 25% of the electricity you use will be offset through the purchase of Renewable Energy Certificates made on your behalf. At the end of your 6 month term, simply select a new plan, or transition seamlessly to our month-to-month Variable Rate plan. Should you choose to cancel service with North American Power prior to the end of the term, you will be subject to an early termination fee of $10.00 per month remaining on the contract.

How it works:

North American Power's core business is supplying low cost power in competitive markets. We are experts at buying wholesale energy from a more efficient mix of power plants.

National Grid will continue to deliver your electricity, and maintain the lines and poles the way they always have. If the power goes out, you'll still contact National Grid.


How you could save:

Because of energy choice in Rhode Island, you can choose the company that supplies your electricity.

There's no interruption in service, and no equipment or service visits needed.

The only thing that changes is the rate you pay for your electric supply.


What others say:

"North American Power provides cheaper rates than my utility, and they are just as reliable..."

"A cheaper alternative, with a seamless transition you can make online in minutes..."

"The only difference is a much lower bill."


It's easy to switch, and takes only a few minutes.


Some Q&A:

Q. How can North American Power save me money on my electricity?
A. When your state deregulated its energy market it opened the industry to competition and allowed companies like North American Power to buy energy in the wholesale markets and pass the savings on to you. Our electricity flows into the Local Power Pool and is delivered to your home or business by your local utility via existing power lines just as it always has. The only difference will be a new electric rate on the supply portion of your bill.
Q. Why can't my local utility do what you do and lower their supply rates?
A. Our local utilities enter into long-term fixed-rate contracts to help protect their customers from changes in generation costs, but they pay a premium for the decreased risk.
Q. When will my new North American Power supply rate officially take effect?
A. Depending on your meter read date, it may take 1-2 billing cycles before you see North American Power's name and rate on your electricity bill. To avoid delays, please make sure you accurately input all of your customer data when enrolling.
Q. Will there be any additional adjustments to my bill upon switching to North American Power?
A. When switching from Standard Offer Services to a Nonregulated Power Provider, Customers should contact their EDC (National Grid) to determine if there are any applicable billing adjustments associated with their rate codes.
Q. Will my utility be mad at me for choosing North American Power's supply?
A. Not one iota. They don't even charge you a penalty. Again, they do not earn a profit from their supply charge, so it's no loss for them. In fact, they don't even lose customers because they're still our electricity service providers.
Q. So my local utility will still service my account?
A. Yes. You are still a customer of your local utility. They will continue to provide the electricity, customer service, billing and repairs.
Q. How does switching to North American Power for supply services affect the rest of my bill?
A. Savings do not apply to utility delivery charges and taxes, and are subject to change.
Q. Will my electricity be interrupted when I change my utility's supply to yours?
A. Nope. You'll never see a flicker. The transition is seamless. All you'll notice is your new electric rate. It's that easy.
Q. Will I have to get a new meter or any new equipment?
A. No. You keep your meter and your local utility will still read it just as it always has. There is nothing new to own (unless of course, you choose to buy some cool new stuff with the money you're likely to save).
Q. Who do I pay?
A. Your current utility. They will still send you just one monthly bill and you will continue to make the payment to them. Nothing changes except that North American Power will be listed on your bill as your electrical supplier and the supply rate will be North American Power's rate. If you wish to change your current payment method you can do so through the utility.
Q. Who do I contact in an emergency?
A. Your current utility. For reference, visit your local utility's website.
Q. Who do I contact about North American Power's portion of the bill?
A. Us. 888-313-9086.
Q. Who do I contact if I need a hug?
A. Still us.

North American Power doesn't charge a fee to enroll.
Just have your National Grid bill ready, and click continue or call today!


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