Boston's Community Choice Electricity (CCE) program, which enables the city to leverage collective buying power of Boston to secure more stable and affordable electricity rates, and more clean power, will officially launch Feb. 1, 2021. CCE is an opt-out program that offers customers electricity choices without any change in delivery or any contractual commitments. The city will begin sending notices to residents on Eversource Basic Service on Dec. 4. Those residents will be automatically enrolled in the program unless they actively choose opt out.
Eversource issued a scam alert that people are calling Jamaica Plain and Roslindale residents posing as company reps threatening to cut power off unless they receive instant payments. In a series of tweets Eversource said their official representatives never demand instant payment over the phone and don't require the use of prepaid phone cards. They also provided a phone number, 1-800-592-2000, if you have any questions or think you've been a victim or approached by a scammer.
@janggolan @universalhub smells like straight up bbq over here pic.twitter.com/vWhyIYqk8q— Alex Carlson (@killersim00) July 21, 2015
An equipment failure beneath Moraine Street caused power outages in the surrounding area Monday night into Tuesday. Rhiannon D'Angelo of the utility Eversource said the problem took place about 9 p.m. Monday. At its peak, more than 350 customers lost power, she said. Half of those had power restored within two hours. Resident Alex Carson Tweeted, "smells like straight up bbq over here."
A Greenley Place resident reported the loss of power on Saturday. Crews from Eversource, the utility previously named NStar, are responding. @EversourceMA power out again Greenley place, JP. What's up Eversource? @universalhub @02130News— la primavera (@spring_taco) March 14, 2015
If your power is out, you can report it by sending Eversource your phone number or account number at this page.