Most residents & businesses in the following communities are automatically participating in a community electricity aggregation program that appears right on their regular electric bills. Most communities' "Standard" and "Plus" ("opt-up") electricity options include more renewable energy than required by the states of Massachusetts or Rhode Island! Learn more about aggregation here.
To be eligible to get a receipt:
|Eligible Communities (Massachusetts)
|Eligible Communities (Rhode Island)
|Rochester (Plus/Opt-Up option only)
|Uxbridge (Plus/Opt-Up option only)
If you are participating in a community electricity program in one of these communities, 501c3 non-profit Green Energy Consumers Alliance purchases Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) on your behalf. You pay the cost of RECs as part of your monthly electric bill. That portion is considered a federally tax-deductible charitable contribution.
The average tax-deductible contribution by a customer on the default rate is $10 - $30 per year, and it is more for a customer who has opted up to 50% or 100% renewable electricity.
If you're not sure if you qualify, that's ok. You can check your eligibility for the tax deduction and download your tax receipt using a simple online form provided by Green Energy Consumers. You will need your electric bill. The process takes 1-5 minutes to complete.
If you have questions, please contact email@example.com. Thanks for your support of clean energy!