National Grid RI
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National Grid RI
The Difference Between National Grid and a Supplier
National Grid ensures the power gets to the end user. Suppliers provide the energy that is dispersed throughout their service area. Rhode Island, like many states in the U.S., has a deregulated energy market, which allows customers to choose their energy supplier. In fact, in Rhode Island there is often a savings to be had if you choose an alternative energy supplier other than National Grid.
If National Grid is your utility, they’ll fix outages in your area and maintain power lines, no matter who provides your electric. When you sign up with a third party supplier, you are choosing them based off their offer. Make sure you review their terms and any promo plans up front before signing up.
Should you have a problem with your electric or gas service, National Grid offers an emergency line for Rhode Island residents to call 800-465-1212 .
National Grid Rhode Island Service Area
National Grid delivers energy to approximately 3.3 million customers in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New York. In March 2021, National Grid’s Rhode Island electric division was sold to the Pennsylvania Utility PPL. Narragansett Electric, the name of National Grid’s Rhode Island division that was sold has about 780,000 customers in Rhode Island.
Providence, Bristol, Newport, Warwick, Cranston, Narragansett
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Get a new rate with Energypricing.com
If you receive a National Grid electric or gas bill in Rhode Island, you have options. At EnergyPricing.com, we use a reverse auction process to help you get the best rate for your business.
We include suppliers from our network to join in on your reverse auction. They will bid against each other to win your business. As the bidding process starts, the competition drives the price lower and lower, and you get to watch in real time. When the auction is over, you have a list of rates and terms to choose from. With the help of our energy experts, you can review the offers and find a rate that works for your usage.