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January 4, 2017
Inspector General Issues Advisory on Energy Brokers, Warns of Excessive Costs, Long-term Contracts and Lack of Experience
The Massachusetts Office of the Inspector General (IG) issued the "Advisory for Municipalities and Other Public Awarding Authorities Using Energy Broker Services" on October 20, 2016. The result of a two-year review, it offers guidance and best practices in selecting and managing energy professionals. Although written primarily for cities, towns and
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Key benefits give PowerOptions members an advantage

Programs designed to save time and money. Competitive procurement process. Protections from added costs. Information to make smart decisions. Members benefit from:
  • A price that is always competitive
  • Menu of flexible pricing options
  • Rebate for reducing use
  • No penalties for usage change, up or down
  • Financial guarantee if supplier goes belly up
  • Protection against added and “pass-through” costs
  • Ongoing market intelligence and reliable industry information

About Us

When the electric and natural gas industries were opened to competition, PowerOptions® was formed to help nonprofits consolidate their energy-buying influence. As a result, PowerOptions became the first energy consortium of its kind and quickly grew into the largest and most influential energy solutions partner in New England. With over 500 members spending approximately $200 million annually on their energy commodity, PowerOptions has the leverage to negotiate beneficial pricing, as well as contract terms and conditions simply not available anywhere else...