Thanks to the Relaunch of the Stoughton Community Choice Aggregation Program the community will be able to save more than $1,584,000 this winter on electricity. The program was originally initiated by the Economic Development Director working with Old Colony Planning Council and Colonial Power Group. Due to the fact that an approved Plan was in place, the Interim Town Manager, Marc Tisdelle, was able to enter into an agreement with a third party supplier.
The Town of Stoughton is pleased to announce that Direct Energy Services ("Direct") has been selected as the supplier for its Community Choice Power Supply Program. Direct will provide electric power supply for all consumers currently on National Grid Basic Service in Stoughton.
Residents should look for a mailing sent out by Direct Energy on November 15th. The mailing does explain how to opt out of the program if you do not wish to participate.
Visit the Colonial Power Group website or call Direct at 866-968-8065 to opt out of the program. You may call Colonial at 866-485-5858, ext. 1 with any questions.
A Public Forum will be Held at the Town Hall in the Great Hall (3rd Floor) on December 7th at 7 pm. Colonial Power Group will be available to answer questions. The meeting will be available to view on SMAC several days later.