PITTSFIELD — Greener, cheaper energy is in store for city electric customers — unless they opt out.
But officials stress that the program will safeguard residents and business owners in the city against upcoming electricity rate hikes through Eversource, the electricity company that currently serves city customers.
During a news conference at City Hall on Tuesday to explain the program, Mayor Linda Tyer said it's a win-win for the city, as the deal furthers its commitment to the environment while offering a lower rate than Eversource's basic service rate come January. (read more)
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