Energy Insights2021-08-19T18:03:34+00:00

Energy Insights

Code Red: How to Streamline a Plan of Climate Action

The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report sounds the alarm for climate catastrophe. Hampshire Power has a plan of action. The jarring IPCC climate report makes this certain -- climate action is needed now. Human influence has warmed the climate, and it is human influence that must .: READ MORE :.

Value Add: Hampshire Power & Low Income Community Energy

While traditional service providers turn away from this growing aspect of renewable energy, Hampshire Power embraces the opportunity to influence the direction of this inevitable shift in the industry. We actively service IPPs that wish to increase their project revenue by meeting the LMI requirements across each state and .: READ MORE :.

Rhode Island Remote Net Metering

The smallest state in the nation packs a punch when it comes to climate action. From pioneering offshore wind in the US to establishing incentive programs for solar, Rhode Island continues to facilitate clean energy solutions in pursuit of aggressive climate goals. In April, Governor McKee signed the Act on .: READ MORE :.

Free Site Assessment

Hampshire Power and Nexus Consulting LLC have partnered to bring you a comprehensive energy and building system experience designed to maximize savings. Just like Hampshire Power, Nexus Consulting, LLC is dedicated to simplifying your energy experience. That’s why, with the purchase of any Hampshire Power product or service, we .: READ MORE :.

Hampshire Power Welcomes John Allario as Chief Financial Officer

John Allario Allario joins the energy management firm with over twenty years of retail and wholesale energy experience.  JULY 2021 - Hampshire Power Corporation recently welcomed John Allario as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Allario holds degrees from Georgetown University and Fordham University and is an established executive .: READ MORE :.

Hampshire Power: Elevated Energy Management

Hampshire Power Corporation, an energy management firm and retail energy supplier, is heating up the New York Community Distributed Generation (CDG) market. The Massachusetts-based Benefit Corporation services community energy projects from solar to biogas, and continues to support a growing number of CDG projects of varying technologies throughout the .: READ MORE :.

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