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Provider Power Targets Businesses With New Website

Provider Power, the Maine based parent company of Electricity Maine, ENH Power and Provider Power Mass, is pleased to announce the launch of providerpower.com/business

Supply Companies Offering Variable Rates Again Called Into Question

A Connecticut-based law firm, Izard Nobel LLP, has filed legal cases against the multiple electricity supply companies. The law firm takes issue with how North American Power & Gas, Direct Energy Services, Viridian Energy and Discount Power market their variable rate products. According to the Middletown Press Newspaper, the firm is accusing the supply companies of “engaging…

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NSTAR Electricity Rates Set to go up for Massachusetts Customers

NSTAR, which serves 1 million 1 million customers in metropolitan Boston and Cape Cod has requested a 29% increase in their electricity supply rates. Consumers though do have a choice.

Leading Energy Experts Discuss Rising Cost of Power

Emile Clavet, co-owner of Electricity Maine joined other energy and business leaders for a panel discu

Portland Animal Refuge League benefits from Power to Help Fund

Emma, a very happy rescue dog, posing proudly as Electricity Maine’s Norrie Crocker (l) presents the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland’s (ARLGP) Jeana Roth (r) with a check for $755.00. Electricity Maine’s Power to Help fund contributed $5 for each new customer who selected the ARLGP this past year. Every year the ARLGP takes…

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Employee Spotlight: Ashley Rand-Marketing Coordinator

Ashley Rand is a Marketing Coordinator for Provider Power.  She lives in Old Orchard Beach, Maine with boyfriend James Butler, Fire Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer for Town of Scarborough and their dog, Bentley. She has been an employee of Provider Power since the launch of Electricity Maine in 2011. Before that Ashley was working for Health…

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Tedford Housing-taking on homelessness & culture change

Homelessness remains a pressing issue in America. On any given night in the US, more than 600,000 people are without adequate shelter or permanent housing. In Maine, the rate of homelessness increased 26% in 2013 for a total of over 3,000 people – that’s 600 people more than the year before, with many of these…

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