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Around the 5th of each month I post comparisons Con Ed rates vs. the ESCO rates. Once again Con Ed rates are lower. You can opt out if you would like. Con Ed rates can go up or down each month. The ESCO rates stay the same until October, 2024. In recent months Con Ed rates have been lower than the ESCO rates. However, in previous years Con Ed rates were higher during some months. There are no guarantees that you will do better or worst if you stay with the program or opt out.
Greenburgh Residential Electricity Supply Rate Comparison - September 2023
Westchester Power Program Background
The Town of Greenburgh participates in a Community Energy Program known as Westchester Power. This electricity supply program is managed by the local nonprofit Sustainable Westchester on behalf of the 29 participating municipalities in Westchester County. The program empowers the county and its residents to actively work towards a vision for a healthy and sustainable future by supporting renewable energy. Residents benefit from the fixed price program model that provides cost control assurance on their electric supply charges.
The Westchester Power program offers two supply options for 100% Renewable and Standard. These rates are fixed until 10/31/2024.
September 2023 Residential Rates
Average Con Edison Standard Rate
WP 100% Renewable Fixed Rate
WP Standard Supply
Below is an approximate electricity cost comparison for a hypothetical Greenburgh resident in September who consumed 500 kWh of electricity for the month
Residents who want to enroll, change their supply, or opt out can visit the Westchester Power web page and fill out the applicable online form on the Sustainable Westchester website at sustainablewestchester.org/wp/conedenergychoices/, email
firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Sustainable Westchester at (914) 242-4725 ext. 111 for live assistance.
Renewable or Standard Supply fixed rates, you can change your supply option at any time. Whether you want to move into the 100% Renewable supply to maximize your clean energy impact, or switch to the Standard Supply for a better financial option, the choice is yours.