Houx brings extensive IPP relations experience to Hampshire Power.
APRIL 6, 2022 – Hampshire Power Corporation (“Hampshire Power”) recently promoted Drew Houx to Community Energy Business Development Manager. Houx holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies from St. Lawrence University and has dedicated his career to solar project development with an emphasis on risk mitigation and long-term profitability. Previously an Account Executive, Houx will expand on his experience at Hampshire Power to connect energy project owners with Hampshire Power’s Independent Power Producer (IPP)-centric management model.
“As the community energy space continues to expand and mature, Hampshire Power’s IPP-based service approach is perfect for IPPs and developers. I’m excited to apply my technical, financial, and policy knowledge in my role as Community Energy Business Development Manager to maximize efficiency and revenue for IPPs” says Drew Houx.
Prior to joining Hampshire Power, Houx was an Account Manager at CED Greentech where he worked with solar developers, IPPs, and project owners to minimize their risk and provide long-term confidence in project development.
“Hampshire Power was built to work for IPPs, and our team of energy experts reflects that with extensive knowledge of solar development. Drew is the perfect fit for that philosophy and growth. His intimate understanding of IPP business models and energy policy is extremely valuable to our management model,” says Todd Ford, CEO and President of Hampshire Power.
Hampshire Power is an innovative leader in Community Solar customer acquisition and administration with over 40 megawatts of Community Solar under management. The up-and-coming energy management firm maximizes revenue, ROI, and project stability for IPPs through the deployment of hyper-targeted teams for customer acquisition, transparent data sharing, and a diverse product mix.