On Monday September 30, Emile Clavet, co-owner of Electricity Maine and ENH Power, will be participating in a panel discussion with other industry leaders regarding New Hampshire’s electricity retail marketplace.
Attendees of the New Hampshire Energy Summit are divided into three categories: energy industry, large businesses and policymakers. As a member of the panel discussion focused on the state of retail and commercial electricity competition in New Hampshire, Clavet will focus his remarks on migration rates in the Granite State and why ENH Power helped to found empowerNH.
Electricity Maine and ENH Power are part of the Provider Power family of companies. Provider Power is a growing New England-based Competitive Electricity Provider (CEP) currently licensed by the Maine and New Hampshire Public Utility Commissions to provide electricity supply to homes and small businesses in those states.
Provider Power purchases its electricity supply through the New England Power Pool (NEPOOL). 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 the best possible electricity rates at fixed rates over a contracted period of time.