Green Powered

You switch to green electricity. We all get a cleaner grid.

Olivia Price

Green Powered is Endorsed By

CET
Clean Water Action
Mass Audubon
Mother's Out Front
Save The Bay
Sierra Club

Tax receipts

Members of Green Powered AND residents of Green Municipal Aggregation (GMA)/Community Choice Electricity communities that source their renewable energy through Green Energy Consumers may be eligible for a federal tax deduction.

Green Powered tax receipts are now available via our My Account site. These receipts also include all donations made to Green Energy Consumers Alliance.

If you live in one of our GMA communities, you can request a tax receipt for that here. You will need your electric bill.

 These programs are not mutually exclusive, but they are treated separately, so you may be eligible for two receipts.

Video: Green Powered's impact

How it works

 
Map of clean energy that members support

How much it costs

Green Powered 100%

Your electricity comes from: 

100% wind power from New England wind turbines (Class 1)

Price per kWh you use: 

Average home pays $23/month. 3.8 cents/kWh (in addition to your normal electricity charges)

Green Powered 25%

Your electricity comes from: 

25% mix of New England wind, solar, hydro, and anaerobic digestor gas (Class 1)

Price per kWh you use: 

Average home pays $14/month. 2.2 cents/kWh (in addition to your normal electricity charges)

Community Choice Electricity

Your electricity comes from: 

Your town may offer a local program with a mix of wind, solar, hydro, and digester gas via Green Powered. Most offer 50% & 100% options.

Price per kWh you use: 

If your community is on this list, you can find pricing information on their website (provided on the list).

Tax benefit

Although it increases the cost of your electricity, your payments for Green Powered and Community Choice Electricity supplied by Green Powered are considered a public good and are 100% federally tax-deductible.