Energy management company Hampshire Power Corporation (HPC) recently received approval to expand its community energy services to clients in Rhode Island, Maine and New York.
The expansion of Massachusetts-based Hampshire Power brings its customer acquisition, billing, administration and management to the greater Northeast Community Energy market. Hampshire Power’s EDI connections grant the company the unique capability to communicate directly with utilities to monitor customers’ energy usage in real-time to mitigate risks of default and attrition and provide clients with impactful data.
“With our custom, risk-averse community energy services, we at Hampshire Power are thrilled to expand to Rhode Island, Maine, and New York. We look forward to maximizing project value for our clients as we continue to chart new territory and expand our offerings,” said Todd Ford, Hampshire Power Founder & CEO.
Hampshire Power is a unique community solar service provider, as it offers a full-service approach to renewable energy developers and owners. Hampshire Power can broker environmental attributes such as SRECs and can also provide O&M services to clients. Hampshire Power can facilitate PPAs for clients and also offer joint development or portfolio purchase options.
But the core of Hampshire Power’s service is its focus on C&I customers. As a vertically integrated energy solutions company, Hampshire Power works with a host of C&I clients across multiple industries. These customers form the foundation of a secure, reliable offtake portfolio that directly benefits community energy project developers. Hampshire Power’s energy-as-a-service offerings include the Revenue+ solar lease model for C&I real estate owners and developers, retail electricity supply informed by IoT analytics.
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