Two Large Energy Consultants Enter Strategic Partnership On Municipal Aggregation, Accounts In New Hampshire
October 8, 2021 Email This Story Copyright 2010-21 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Freedom Energy Logistics (Freedom Energy) and Colonial Power Group (CPG) announced a strategic partnership concerning services to municipalities in New Hampshire, with a focus on Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), as well as municipalities' own accounts.
"Our new relationship with Freedom Energy’s Municipal Group enables us to introduce top-tier energy solutions to our client communities who may be looking for assistance with energy procurement strategies for their municipal accounts. Being able to connect our clients with Freedom’s services, whether it is power and gas procurement, renewables, demand response, net metering or community solar, positions CPG extremely well to further assist our clients," said Mark Cappadona, President, Colonial Power Group.
"The synergies between our two firms are quite remarkable. By joining forces, Freedom Energy and CPG have an unbeatable value offering for municipalities. It’s about making connections, having conversations, and finding energy service solutions to achieve their objectives. This includes everything from aggregation to procurement to demand management and renewables. CPG and Freedom Energy have the expertise and the solutions to achieve their unique requirements," said Bart Fromuth, Chief Executive Officer, Freedom Energy Logistics
Colonial Power Group has been selected to manage municipal aggregations for over 80 communities in Massachusetts, including Boston, and is described as the largest provider of municipal aggregation services in Massachusetts