Wholesale electric power prices have gotten so high that we want to let our customers know when the best times are to reduce power usage and when power costs are less expensive. Voluntary reduction in usage during the highest-priced hours and deferral of usage to less expensive hours will reduce our costs and save all our customers money. To help us promote this voluntary conservation and rescheduling of electric power usage by our customers, we are providing a forecasted hourly power cost for hourly costs each day. We will also provide example measures our customers can use to implement these energy conservation and cost reduction measures.

TMLP Wholesale Electric Power Cost Forecast
For 07/22/2017

Red = Peak Hours, Green = Off-Peak Hours

cents/kWh 6.53
5.85
5.2
4.55
3.9
3.25
2.6
1.95
1.3
0.65
 

This graph is a calculated by ISO New England for the Day-Ahead market prices for the Southeastern Massachusetts area and does not reflect what customers will actually be paying for their power.

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