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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.

Nat Grid Electricity Rates to Soar-Save with Provider Power Mass

National Grid rates are set to soar. Consumers can save with Provider Power mass-rates are fixed (no variable rate surprises) and competitive.

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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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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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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Fixed Rates: A Better Option (than Variable Rates) for Consumers

Over the last several years, many states have taken the proactive steps to deregulate, or open up, electricity supply to Competitive Electricity Suppliers like Provider Power. This deregulation has divided the utility company monopolies by separating the supply of energy from its distribution, creating the opportunity for a competitive marketplace with more options and lower…

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Provider Power Mass to bring Savings to Massachusetts Electricity Consumers

Provider Power, New England’s largest competitive electricity supply company, has entered the Massachusetts market offering significant savings to residential and small business customers of National Grid, NSTAR and Unitil. Provider Power Mass ( is part of the Provider Power ( family of companies which includes ENH Power (in New Hampshire) and Electricity Maine.  Collectively the…

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ProviderPower Mass Parent Company Ranked Among Nation’s Fastest Growing Companies

(Aug 20, 2013) Inc. magazine today ranked Provider Power NO. 33 on its 32nd annual Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. Auburn, Maine based Provider Power, is the parent company of Electricity Maine and ENH Power. The list represents the most comprehensive look at the most important segment of the…

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