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By default, most Massachusetts home and business owners connect to a local utility company for natural gas and electricity solutions. It’s not because the local utility companies provide the best price and customer service, but because many people don’t realize there is an option to seek out a different supplier for these services. By choosing your own energy company, you can enjoy all the benefits offered by a private source that you may not have access to when you stick with a local utility.

Nordic Energy is a Cambridge Electric Alternative

If you are a customer with access to Cambridge Electric, you may have the option to select Nordic Energy as your alternative retail electric supplier or alternative gas supplier. The nuances of this relationship can be confusing, so it’s important to understand how an ARES or AGS compares to a utility company before you can examine whether Nordic Energy is a good choice for you. 

Energy Infrastructure

Whether you choose to continue having Cambridge supply your energy or switch to a private ARES or AGS company such as Nordic Energy, the source of the energy infrastructure remains the same. Cambridge still provides the correction even if Nordic Energy supplies your power in the case of a problem that arises in the actual gas or power lines, such as a leak or a downed power line. 

Electric Delivery

Although the infrastructure is the same if you choose a private supplier over the public utility, the delivery is different. Private suppliers deliver your energy through a different source but still utilize the same lines as the public infrastructure. This means you won’t have to install any new lines to your home or make any structural changes. Nordic Energy handles the supply, readings, and charges. 

Why Choose Nordic Energy?

Although you may have access to several different ARES and AGS companies, Nordic Energy is a step ahead of the rest for several reasons. Nordic Energy utilizes several different sources for energy supply, resulting in the flexibility to only choose sources that provide great value for the cost. Unlike the local utility, which only uses one source, Nordic Energy negotiations for the best deal before purchasing energy from a source. 

Another benefit of using ARES and AGS over your local utility is the competition between the private suppliers. Local utility companies are the default choice, which means there is no real incentive to be competitive in the market. Private energy companies must compete for customers, so the team at Nordic Energy is highly motivated to provide the best quotes and excellent customer service. The customer response time, whether for an initial quote or a new concern, is the best in the business. 

Due to the top-of-the-line customer service, reliable energy sources, and competitive prices, Nordic Energy should be the supplier of choice for Massachusetts residents who are in the market for a better deal. 

Frequently Asked Questions

If the idea of alternative natural gas and electricity solutions is a foreign concept to you, browsing some of the most frequently asked questions can help. If you still have more questions, reach out to the Nordic Energy website for more information.

What Are ARES and AGS? 

Those searching for better energy supplier deals may frequently run across the acronyms ARES and AGS. Simply, these stand for alternative retail electric supplier and alternative gas supplier. Companies such as Nordic Energy fall into this category of supplier. 

How Does Alternative Retail Pricing Compare To Public Utilities? 

Public utilities take several factors into consideration when setting energy prices. The amount of energy a household or business consumes as well as the current market price for supply both lead to the monthly charge you experience on your bill. Since both market prices and energy usage fluctuate, your bill also fluctuates every month. In contrast, most ARES and AGS companies allow customers to pay a flat monthly rate that does not fluctuate with the market. This consistency helps customers budget for energy more easily and provides great value. 

What Are the Benefits of Choosing Nordic Energy? 

Nordic Energy is a private, independently-owned ARES and AGS company. The company model is innovative, with multiple sources of energy so you never have to worry about problems with one supply line. One of the greatest benefits is the personal relationship the team develops with each customer. A quick turnaround time and continuous customer education methods set Nordic Energy apart from others in the industry. 

List of Counties We Serve

Nordic Energy is available as an alternative electric supplier to residences and businesses in every Massachusetts county. If you are currently serviced by Cambridge, you should be eligible to switch to Nordic Energy. The company supplies both electricity and gas to customers. 

Contact Nordic Energy

Don’t let the default standard of your utility company be your energy source. Nordic Energy provides an innovative alternative to the public utility standard. If you want to experience dedicated customer service and competitive pricing along with a stable, reliable source of energy, it’s time to contact Nordic Energy for a quote today.

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DISCLAIMER: Nordic Energy Services, LLC ("Nordic"), is not the same entity as your electric delivery company. You are not required to enroll with Nordic. Beginning on (effective date), the electric supply price to compare is (price in cents per kilowatt hour). The electric utility electric supply price will expire on (expiration date). The utility electric supply price to compare does not include the purchased electricity adjustment factor. For more information go to the Illinois Commerce Commission's free website at The purchased electricity adjustment factor may range between +.5 cents and -.5 cents per kilowatt hour.
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