Here is my latest bill. Notice the red box at the bottom. I called Eversource to inquire about the time-of-day rate and the hand-written notes are from that phone call. Basically I can save $0.02 per kwh on my Delivery charge during off peak hours (7pm to 1pm), but my on peak rate Delivery charge would jump from $0.087 to $0.155. Plus, there is an additional $2.70 monthly service charge assessed to use this bifurcated rate structure. So clearly this won't make sense for us based on the steep charge for on-peak usage, which will swamp any savings we might get off peak. The Eversource rep did however tell me we could choose a different Supplier and possibly save some money. I went to the website they suggested (puc.nh.gov) and found a long list of suppliers. One of them is 3 cents cheaper per kwh and has no cancellation fee. So, it seems like a no-brainer to switch to that supplier. Does anyone out there have experience with switching suppliers? According to Eversource nothing really changes. They continue to be my utility company for service and outages and billing. The only time I would need to deal with the supplier is if I have a disagreement with regards to the rate they charged me.