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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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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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ENH Power adds three new Power to Help Partners

The Nashua Senior-Activity Center, Great Bay Stewards and Seacoast United Foundation are all new ENH Power-Power to Help Partners. Since 1978, the Nashua Senior-Activity Center (SAC) has served older adults in Nashua and surrounding towns encouraging them to further their personal growth, provide opportunities for new relationships, and help them find information and services beneficial…

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Statement on Proposed PSNH Rate Increase

Once again PSNH is forecasting a rate increase beginning July 1, 2014.  As part of their required forecast to NH regulators, PSNH is anticipating a 1.7% rate hike. As New Hampshire’s leading residential electricity supply company, ENH Power finds it curious that PSNH spokesperson Martin Murray would suggest that somehow third party supply companies are…

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Received mail touting low introductory rates? Watch for a switch to variable rates.

Recently, many Mainers have received multiple mailings from new Competitive Electricity Suppliers in Maine.  These mailers tout low, fixed introductory rates, usually for 6 months. What these mailer don’t highlight is that these rates become variable after the introductory  period. Under variable rate plans, consumers in other states have seen their power bill go up…

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