Opt-out Aggregator Community Power Coalition Announces First CEO, Begins Service To Customers
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The Community Power Coalition of New Hampshire (CPCNH), an opt-out aggregation Joint Powers Agency,
announced Brian Callnan as the first Chief Executive Officer of CPCNH.
currently Vice President of Power Resources and Access for New Hampshire Electric
Cooperative and will start as CEO of CPCNH on May 22.
Callnan began his utility career twenty years ago as a Resource Planning Analyst
at Burlington Electric Department with a focus on Energy Efficiency valuation and
systems design. In 2007, he moved to Vermont Public Power Supply Authority, a joint
action agency of 12 Vermont municipal electric systems. He became VPPSA’s Director
of Power Supply and Transmission in 2010; in that position he was responsible for all
aspects of power supply and transmission, including representation of public power in
municipal government, the State of Vermont and the ISO-NE stakeholder process. He
joined NHEC in 2017 as its Director of Power Resources and Access and later in 2019 as its
Vice President of Power Resources and Access.
CPCNH said that it is beginning to serve customers this week, and this spring will initially manage aggregations for twelve towns and cities
CPCNH said that a total of 32 municipalities and one county have already voted to join CPCNH