Can I participate?

To get the benefits of CCA you must meet all of the following requirements:

  • Live within a city, town or village that is participating in the Program,
  • Receive your electricity supply from National Grid,
  • Be a resident or small business (usually using less than 2,000 kilowatt-hours per month)
  • Not have a block on your account

If you meet these 4 criteria, you will automatically be included in the CCA. The CCA Program is compatible with budget billing, community solar and rooftop solar.

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1. What is Community Choice Aggregation (CCA)?
2. What happens with my current utility?
3. Can I participate?
4. What if I don’t want to participate in the CCA?
5. What if I don’t opt-out within 30 days?
6. How do I know if National Grid is my electric supplier?
7. Can I join (opt-into) the CCA if I already selected a supply company other than National Grid?
8. What if I move?
9. Where does the electricity come from?
10. Can I get renewable electricity through the CCA?
11. What electric suppliers serve CCAs?