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.
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!
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.
Provider Power, the Maine based parent company of Electricity Maine, ENH Power and Provider Power Mass, is pleased to announce
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