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New Hampshire Electric Rates Comparison

Think Energy is licensed by the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission to supply electricity to customers, and we want to make sure you have all of the information you need to make the best decision regarding your energy provider.

New Hampshire Energy Deregulation

In 1996, the New Hampshire legislature enacted RSA 374-F, an act that moved the electric utility market into a competitive energy market, allowing competitive electric power suppliers to compete for your business. Under this legislation, New Hampshire customers have the power to choose the power supplier offer that works best for them. Think Energy understands that you as the consumer might have questions regarding energy deregulation or questions about who Think Energy is. We strive to provide answers to all of your questions, but if you can’t find an answer on our website, please call our customer support at 866-252-0078.

Service Areas

The easiest way to compare plans is to enter your ZIP code to review offers from Think Energy in the following Utility Service Areas in New Hampshire.

  • Eversource Energy
  • Liberty Utilities
  • Unitil
  • NHEC

Understanding Your New Hampshire Electricity Bill

Your electric bill comes from your local distribution company and is split into two parts: Delivery and Supply.

  1. Delivery: These are the costs to maintain the electric grid and distribute electricity from its point of generation to your residence. This service is provided by the local distribution company for your service area, and you will see specific charges from them. 
  2. Supply: This portion of your bill covers the cost to generate and transmit the electricity you use and is charged to you by an electric supplier (such as Think Energy) or your local distribution company if you are on default service.