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3 Reasons Why Fixed Electricity Supply Rates are Better Than Variable

Consumer advocates and officials in many states have expressed concern with electricity supply companies who offer variable rate plans.   Several New England states are going so far as to discuss how to further regulate and make variable rate plans more transparent for consumers. At Provider Power (ENH Power, Electricity Maine, ProviderPower Mass) we don’t…

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Salvation Army of Manchester Recognized by ENH Power

Julie Lapham of ENH Power proudly presented the Salvation Army of Manchester, NH with a check from the company’s Power to Help program.  The program has been successfully contributing $5 for every new customer this year who has chosen the Salvation Army at the time of their enrollment. The Salvation Army has a long-standing commitment…

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Provider Power Ranked No. 6 in Nation by Inc. Magazine

Inc. Magazine Unveils 33rd Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000 Provider Power Ranks No. 1 in Energy Sector NEW YORK, August 20, 2014 — Inc. magazine today ranked Provider Power (the parent company of Electricity Maine, ENH Power, and Provider Power Mass), NO. 6 on its 33rd annual Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive…

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5 Energy (cost) saving Tips for the “Connected” household

According to the Neilsen 56% of all U.S homes have at least one gaming device (Wii, Playstation, X-Box and so on). 80% of all U.S. households have a computer, many of those homes have multiple devices.  All this technology uses a large amount of energy (which does impact your power bill), cut the cord for…

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North Country Senior Meals receives support from ENH Power

Through their Power to Help initiative, ENH Power recently presented a check for $375 to North Country Senior Meals. A Tri-County Community Action Agency, North Country Senior Meals offers nutritious meals in community settings, to elder citizens across northern New Hampshire. In addition they offer social contact and other activities that along with delicious meals…

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Why were our owners recognized by Barbara Bush at a Walker’s Point Event?

Provider Power owners Emile Clavet and Kevin Dean were among the guests at a June 26 reception held at Walker’s Point, the home of former President George Herbert Walker Bush and Former First Lady Barbara Bush.  The gathering took place following the announcement of the Barbara Bush Foundation’s new Teen Trendsetters grants in Maine. A donation…

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5 Tips to Stay cool & keep energy costs down even on the hottest days.

On the off chance you missed it, Summer officially began on Saturday, June 21 at 6:51 am (EDT).  The Old Farmer’s Almanac is a great source of fun weather related information…but not a great source for tips on how to conserve energy and keep costs down while keeping cool. If you haven’t already gone rummaging through…

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ENH Power to Bring Rate Relief to New Hampshire Co-Op Customers

As of June 1, 2014 ENH Power expanded their footprint in New Hampshire to include customers of the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC). “We are pleased to be able to offer relief for NHEC customers who were recently informed that their electricity supply rates would increase by 20%,” said Emile Clavet, co-owner of ENH Power.”…

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Friends & Family Selling Electricity? Be weary of variable rate plans.

Deregulation and energy choice has saved New England consumers a substantial amount of money. Choice has brought competition, which has meant more options and savings because companies need to compete for the consumer’s dollar. Unfortunately, there are always companies that taint the otherwise good image of an industry by operating with their own best interests…

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Business Practices of supply companies using variable rate plans called into question

A Chicago Illinois utility watchdog group, the Citizen’s Utility Board, received considerable media coverage for their analysis of business practices of some electricity supply companies. Highlights of the report include: 150% increase in customer complaints Many complaints related to customers signing up for low introductory rates that are switched to a variable rate plans without…

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