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Variable Peak Pricing (VPP)

On July 1, 2008 a new time-of-use option, the Variable Peak Pricing Rider, became effective.

Under this rider, customers receiving service on a time-of-use rate will have the opportunity to purchase generation service from Eversource that is priced on a daily basis during peak hours and on a monthly basis during off-peak hours. You must have the appropriate metering to choose this rider, so a new meter might need to be installed. If non-standard metering is required, the Customer may be responsible for the incremental costs of such metering.

Read more to determine if Variable Peak Pricing is right for you.

View the VPP Rider

The VPP price for on-peak and off-peak hours for all TOU Rates are listed below.

VPP Price Effective for 10/19/2017

All Customers

(Rates 41,55,56,57, and 58, with maximum demand of 500 kW or greater)

On Peak : $ 0.07043 per kWh

Off Peak : $ 0.06810 per kWh

Residential

(Rate 7 only)

On Peak : $ 0.10997 per kWh

Off Peak : $ 0.06826 per kWh

Small Commercial & Industrial

(Rate 27 and Rate 37)

On Peak : $ 0.10204 per kWh

Off Peak : $ 0.06952 per kWh

Large Commercial & Industrial

(Rates 41, 55 and 56, with maximum demand less than 500 kW)

On Peak : $ 0.10335 per kWh

Off Peak : $ 0.07083 per kWh

Historical Prices