Contact for Door-to-door marketing notification
DPU electric competitive supply team
The Details of Door-to-door marketing notification
What you need for Door-to-door marketing notification
You will need to provide a complete notice pursuant to D.P.U. 19-07-A which asks for the following information:
Company contact information for 2 company employees responsible for overseeing the door-to-door marketing campaign
Name of the third-party door-to-door vendor(s) and contact information for a vendor supervisor or manager responsible for overseeing the door-to-door marketing campaign
A list of up to 5 municipalities (or neighborhoods) in which the company expects it may conduct door-to-door marketing that day
The permit status within each municipality the company expects to market door-to-door
How to submit Door-to-door marketing notification
Download the form below and email a copy of the notice to all of the following:
- firstname.lastname@example.org for electric notices and email@example.com for gas notices
- the Attorney General at firstname.lastname@example.org and AGEnergy@mass.gov
All 3 tabs of the spreadsheet should be filled out and the document should be submitted as an Excel document (not a pdf). The subject of the email and the attachment should be labeled as: "D2D notice - NAME OF COMPANY - date of email in MM.DD.YY format"
More info for Door-to-door marketing notification
You must only file a notice if you are marketing door-to-door to residential customers; you do not need to file a notice if you are marketing door-to-door to commercial or industrial customers.
Based on D.P.U. 19-07-A certain information is kept confidential:
- (1) the municipality information and (2) the door-to-door marketing vendor contact information tabs in the spreadsheet are granted protective treatment pursuant to D.P.U. 19-07-A under the standing order for protective treatment
- the competitive supplier contact information tab in the spreadsheet is not granted protective treatment.
Applicants do not need to submit a motion for protective treatment and must only provide a confidential version of the document.
Municipalities and neighborhoods
For each day, you may identify up to 5 municipalities where the competitive supplier intends to market door-to-door to residential customers. In the City of Boston, you must identify a specific neighborhood where you plan on door-to-door marketing. This neighborhood will count towards one of the 5 municipality limit allowed in the notice.
- Back Bay
- Bay Village
- Beacon Hill
- Chinatown-Leather District
- Dorchester / Mid-Dorchester
- East Boston
- Hyde Park
- Jamaica Plain
- Mission Hill
- North End
- South Boston
- South End
- West End
- West Roxbury