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The price is based on the market rates published on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) for natural gas, plus the adder negotiated with IGS.
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The City has its own Natural Gas Aggregation program for residents and small businesses of the City. Learn more about the program.
The City’s rate is typically a fixed rate for a certain period of time (such as for one or two years). The City’s current rate can be found on the Natural Gas Aggregation Program page.
No. It is not possible to guarantee that any rate will be the lowest over any particular period of time. The natural gas market is extremely volatile and is subject to many outside forces such as weather conditions and the overall economy, as well as to natural and man made disasters.
Yes, there is no cancellation charge for leaving the aggregation program for another supplier.
You will have to terminate your contract early or wait until your contract ends and then enroll in the City’s electric aggregation program. Please note that some suppliers charge an early-termination fee.