Electricity Maine serves customers of CMP and Emera Maine (formerly Bangor Hydro) utilities.
ENH Power serves customers of PSNH, Unitil and Liberty utilities.
Provider Power Mass serves customers of NSTAR, Nat Grid, WMECO and Unitil utilities.
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Provider Power is a New England owned, Maine-based Competitive Electricity Supply company, operating in 3 states as:
Provider Power has SAVED RESIDENTS MILLIONS OF DOLLARS while also doing business locally, educating people about energy saving opportunities, and supporting nearly 100 New England non-profits through the Power to Help Fund.
Our mission is to educate customers that their energy choices matter.
Co-Founders, Kevin Dean & Emile Clavet
Your utility owns and maintains the power lines that deliver your electricity. They charge you a fee to deliver power across their lines and also manage the billing for all of your electric services.
The electricity itself is generated and supplied by third-parties. Your Public Utilities Commission chooses a default supplier called the Basic Service or Standard Offer, but thanks to deregulation you can choose your own supplier.
Just like now you’ll receive one bill from your utility. The supply line on your bill will change from Basic Service/Standard Offer to the Provider Power company that services your area, and that’s it. There is no interruption of service, ever!
Locking in your electricity rate is a lot like locking in your home heating oil price for the year.
The energy industry is volatile, wholesale energy rates can fluctuate. Our experts forecast demand and we set fixed prices that protect our customers from drastic price changes.
Our terms are designed to protect customers, not milk them for money.
We never offer artificially low introductory rates to lure in customers, then change them to high variable rates after a short introductory term. We believe that protecting our customers is the best strategy for success.
We’re a New England company creating local jobs with good wages and benefits.
In addition to donating thousands of dollars to nearly 100 non-profit organizations throughout New England, our Power to Help program gives residents monthly energy savings tips to help them save money.
Just like you, we don’t like it when people call our house or knock on our door trying to sell us something.
Provider Power does not engage in door-to-door or telephone solicitation. Some Competitive Electricity Suppliers do use these methods however, resulting in a variety of consumer complaints about false energy saving offers. If you or someone you know have concerns, we encourage you to report it to your Public Advocate’s Office or Consumer Protection Division.
We demonstrate this responsibility through our Power to Help Fund, partnering with 501c (3) non-profits and local groups that have a positive impact in their communities. This support includes financial contributions, and in some cases, lending technical and business expertise, providing employee volunteers, and creating publicity for their work.
Proud to be a New England Company
Provider Power is the largest residential electricity supply company in northern New England, with approximately 200,000 residential and business customers in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Through our sophisticated buying capabilities, shopping the market and purchasing electricity on an hourly basis, we are able to take advantage of dips in the energy market to provide competitive fixed electricity rates to customers over a contracted period of time, which helps remove the extreme fluctuations that can result in high electricity bills during the peak months of each year.
Our Mission is to make energy relevant to businesses and individuals through educating them about electricity, that there is a difference between Competitive Electricity Suppliers, and that their buying choices can have a positive impact on strengthening local communities.
Hailing from New Mexico, Kevin has extensive background in operations and computer systems, making him the perfect person to oversee operations for the Provider Power companies.
An entrepreneur at heart, Kevin has been involved in a variety of business turnarounds, start ups and operations over the past 25 years that have included business in textile manufacturing, lodging and hospitality, healthcare, finance, software, real estate development, insurance and of course, energy.
A Maine Native, Emile has 20 years of experience as an investment advisor to businesses, individuals, trusts and foundations helping them manage their investment portfolios.
This background, coupled with his experience developing a variety of new companies over the past 25 years, makes him the ideal person to drive Provider Power’s sales and marketing efforts. Emile is passionate about things effecting small business, investment policies and procedures, business growth and job creation.
Originally from Canada and now living in Texas, Neil has over 25 years of experience throughout North America in developing and operating successful B2C and B2B energy businesses.
He is very experienced in the procurement, origination, development of structured products and risk management of power and gas customers ranging in size from residential to large wholesale industrial. For over 10 years Neil worked with Shell Energy developing their B2C Retail business and growing their Eastern Canada C&I marketing group. He also spent over 15 years working for the largest electrical utility in Canada, Hydro One Networks, on generation projects, transmission projects, energy management and the opening of the Ontario power markets.
Currently Neil is responsible for procuring all the energy required to supply our customers in the various different markets along with helping develop and price all of our different product offerings.
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Candace has over 25 years of marketing experience, owning her own marketing firm for 15 years before moving to Provider Power, the parent to Electricity Maine, ENH Power and Provider Power Mass.
In addition to product and pricing development, she oversees all aspects of branding and marketing for Provider Power, as well as provides marketing guidance for the other companies in The Provider Group, covering healthcare, hotels and real estate.
A long-time supporter of non-profits, Candace sits on three non-profit boards and is active in a variety of industry and community organizations.
Originally from New Mexico but now a Floridian, Dan has over 25 years of experience in the IT industry, 19 as a senior manager at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida prior to joining the Provider Power team.
Dan is responsible for the information systems supporting Provider Power and other companies in The Provider Group.
In addition to managing IT resources and outsourced partnerships, Dan oversees the analysis and design of business processes and identifying new or existing tools that define our corporate infrastructure.
A lifelong Maine resident, Sandra has over 20 years of business management experience running Billing, Credit & Collections and Customer Service departments.
As Director of Operations for Provider Power, Sandra has played a key role in implementing, reorganizing and managing operations to optimize quality performance in every aspect of our growing company.
Consumer advocates and officials in many states have expressed concern with electricity supply companies who offer variable rate plans.
A Connecticut-based law firm, Izard Nobel LLP, has filed legal cases against the multiple electricity supply companies. The law firm
NSTAR, which serves 1 million 1 million customers in metropolitan Boston and Cape Cod has requested a 29% increase
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306 Rodman Road
Auburn, ME 04210
PO Box 1150
Auburn, ME 04211-1150
Fixed, competitive rates for your customers with quick pricing turnaround
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