Fromuth credited the newly found impact from information distributed to the public through Resident Power’s new online chat window, web content, and their Pay for Parking promotion.
Manchester, NH (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
Recent activity in enrollments for Resident Power has demonstrated an upward trend, backed with public sentiment about alternative energy supply choice over the past two months. Managing Director Bart Fromuth commented, “The growth numbers are not to the extremes that we experienced over the spring of 2012 or last winter, but have been enough to notice a positive trend in the market. Many residents are still learning that they have a choice or are being very diligent in their approach to choosing. As the local energy experts we have put ourselves in a position to assist potential customers with answering these questions.” Fromuth credited the newly found impact from information distributed to the public through Resident Power’s new online chat window, web content, and their Pay for Parking promotion.
There are a number of websites and programs across the country dedicated to spreading the word about electricity supply choice. In fact there is so much information out in other regions that it is easy to understand how the public may become confused or simply ignore the fact that they have a choice. Not all publicity for alternative energy programs has been positive and could easily lend itself to skepticism and a lack of creditability, but evidence shows that electricity prices by in large in New England have remained low since instituting deregulation in 1999. Deregulation has also allowed for continued exploration of cheaper and greener energy sources to keep up with demand in the region.
So where does someone go when they have Questions? Customer Relations Director, Megan McLaughlin encouraged people with questions “… to explore Public Utility Commission Documents, actively visit chats and email potential suppliers with any questions, Resident Power has a section on the blog dedicated to myth’s, and for those that really want to know how electricity supply works you can visit ISO-NE.com.”
With Resident Power’s popular variable electricity rate remaining in place for a fifth consecutive month Fromuth is expecting the opportunity to save customers money and educating the public will remain significant through the fall. The PSNH rate is currently set at $0.0862 per kWh for the remainder of 2013, which is expected to create continued attention toward alternatives.
Resident Power was the first to offer competitive electric choice in New Hampshire and has been serving customers since March of 2011. It celebrated its second birthday earlier this spring and is now able to offer rates to both PSNH and the New Hampshire Electric Co-op customer base.
Resident Power is a family owned business and is part of the Freedom Logistics family of energy companies. Resident Power is the official electricity partner of the Retail Merchants Association of New Hampshire, and the state’s largest residential electricity aggregator.