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Leading the Community Power Movement

Lebanon Community Power expands energy choices for our City's residents and businesses, while lowering costs.

In 2021, the Lebanon City Council adopted the Lebanon Community Power Plan.

We are now putting that plan to action to create short- and long-term benefits for our energy users.


How Community Power Works

Lebanon Community Power combines the buying power of residents and businesses so that together we can achieve competitively priced electricity. Customers are always free to choose to buy power from Liberty Utilities, or from another market option, by submitting notice in advance of their next utility meter read date.

By accessing the power market, we can control price volatility and choose which energy sources to buy or build.


Lebanon Community Power purchases electricity from the sources you choose.


Liberty delivers the electricity using the same power line infrastructure and billing mechanisms.


Lebanon Energy Customers save money and have the power to choose new rates and products, and how much electricity comes from renewable sources.

Electricity markets are changing. Customers are generating their own power and adopting new technologies that add value to our energy portfolio.

Lebanon Community Power will harness that value, and empower customers to create a more innovative and cost-effective energy future.

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more.

Electricity Supply Choices

Energy users in Lebanon can select which energy choice works best for them.

Use the portal or call us at 1-866-603-POWR to choose your power option, or to opt out, and have your Liberty Utilities account number handy so we can easily process your selection.

**If you have recently set up a new account with Liberty please call 1-866-603-7697 (POWR) to enroll in Lebanon Community Power

February 1, 2024 - July 31, 2024

Residential, General Service, Outdoor Lighting

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* Based on usage of 650 kWh per month

G1 and G2 Commercial Customers 

The table below shows our Lebanon Community Power monthly variable rates for Class G1 and G2 customers compared to Liberty Utilities' supply rate in ¢ per kWh:

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Commercial Rates Beginning August 1st, 2024

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Monthly variable rates for both Liberty Utilities and Lebanon Community Power are charged based on how much electricity you use within each calendar month.


For example, a customer whose billing cycle begins on May 15th and ends on June 15th would be charged the "May" rate for electricity used between May 15th and May 31st, and the "June" rate for electricity used between June 1 and June 15th.

Exceptions to Automatic Enrollment

Certain customer groups will NOT be automatically enrolled in Lebanon Community Power, including:

  • Customers buying electricity from a third-party supplier.

  • Net Metered customers.

  • Customers on a three-part Time-of-Use rate (Rate Class D11, D12, EV, EV-M and EV-L customers).

If one of these exceptions applies to you, contact us to discuss your options or visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more.

View the Environmental Disclosure Label for the electricity we provide to customers.

Why Customers choose Community Power

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Our energy supply rate is lower than the Liberty supply rate.


You have the option to buy renewable and carbon free power.


We will be developing and offering time-of-day rates, and programs to encourage energy storage and other innovations to reduce demand and lower cost.


You have a say in what your energy future will look like.

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Clifton Below
Board Chair of the
Community Power Coalition of New Hampshire

Assistant Mayor and City Councilor
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James Mashal
Member Alternate to the
Community Power Coalition of New Hampshire

Lebanon Energy Advisory Committee

Community Representation

Lebanon joined dozens of other New Hampshire cities and towns to create our own locally accountable nonprofit power agency — Community Power Coalition of New Hampshire.

The City of Lebanon appoints representatives to the Coalition to oversee the agency's governance and finances. Meet our Member Representatives!

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Through the Coalition, we tap into the advanced expertise to give customers the highest quality service, and the collective leadership required to drive important policy reforms at the state level.

Together, we are leading the way towards a more innovative and resilient energy system for the Granite State.

Visit the City of Lebanon's Community Power webpage and attend Lebanon Energy Advisory Committee meetings to get involved!

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