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Posted on: March 3, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Con Ed rates vs. Greenburgh’s (Sustainable Westchester rates)

ESCO rates are lower—February comparison
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Greenburgh Residential Electricity Supply Rate Comparison - February 2022

Westchester Power vs. Con Edison




Westchester Power Program Background


The Town of Greenburgh participates in a Community Energy Program known as Westchester Power. This energy supply program is managed by the local nonprofit

Sustainable Westchester on behalf of the 29 participating municipalities in Westchester County, procuring electricity in bulk to provide low-cost fixed rates to residents.

Residents benefit from the program through a fixed price structure that provides cost control assurance on their electric supply charges. The program also empowers the county and its residents to actively work towards a vision for a healthy and sustainable future by supporting renewable energy.


February Residential Rates



Average Con Edison Standard Rate


WP 100% Renewable Fixed Rate


WP Standard Supply







Contract to-date Residential Rates



Average Con Edison Standard Rate


WP 100% Renewable Fixed Rate


WP Standard Supply







WP 100% Renewable energy has been .54¢/kWh lower than the average Con Edison rate over the contract term, the equivalent of $2.70 in savings on your bill per month (for a resident who consumes 500 kwh/month). Savings over the term on WP Standard would be $6 per month.




February Hypothetical Cost Comparison


For a Greenburgh resident who consumed 500 kWh of electricity in February, that person would have been charged the following under each supply option:



Con Edison Standard Rate


WP 100% Renewable Fixed Rate


WP Standard Supply Fixed Rate








In comparing the Con Edison Standard Rate to the WP fixed rates for February:


  • WP 100% Renewable would have cost them ~$2.70 less in supply charges
  • WP Standard Supply would have been ~$6.00 less expensive for that resident




Greenburgh Environmental Benefit To-Date


CO2 mitigated, metric tons

Equivalent: Cars driven for a year

Equivalent: Tree seedlings grown for 10 years






Options for Greenburgh Residents


The power of choice is always in the hands of the residents to decide what energy supply option is best for them, and as such, you can take the following actions as it relates to Westchester Power:


  • Want to enroll?

    • Greenburgh residents who are not currently enrolled in the program (including those who have previously opted-out of the Westchester Power

  • electricity supply in the past) still have the ability to opt-in and participate, as the current contract price is locked in until June 30, 2022.
  • Want to change supply options?

  • For residents already participating in the program at either the 100%
  • Renewable or Standard Supply fixed rates, you can change your supply option at any time. Whether you want to move into the 100% Renewable supply to maximize your clean energy impact, or switch to the Standard Supply for a better financial option, the choice is yours.
  • Want to opt-out of Westchester Power altogether?

    • Residents participating in the program can opt-out at any point they wish with no hassle, penalty, or fees.


Residents who want to enroll, change their supply, or opt-out can visit the Westchester Power web page and fill out the applicable online form on the Sustainable Westchester website at or call Sustainable Westchester at (914) 242-4725 for live assistance.

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