PowerOptions News

Nonprofit Energy Buying Consortium PowerOptions Continues Expansion in Connecticut

San Juan Center of Hartford Signs on for Energy Savings
HARTFORD, Conn., July 13, 2017 – For nonprofit organizations, energy costs can be a large part of the annual operating budget and diminish funds available to pursue the mission. That’s why PowerOptions, a nonprofit energy buying consortium, is continuing its expansion into Connecticut to help nonprofits save money on electricity. PowerOptions announced today that the San Juan Center of Hartford has signed on as a new member. “For us, any savings we achieve on energy costs enables us to better

PowerOptions Issues Electricity Supply RFP for New England’s Largest Energy Buying Group

Four-Year Contract Estimated at $330 Million, New Program to Include Cutting-Edge Products and Services
Boston, February 1 — PowerOptions, the area’s leading energy buying consortium of nonprofit and government entities, today issued a Request for Proposals for retail electricity supply. Revenue under the contract could be more than $330 million over four years to the winning bidder. The primary purpose of the RFP is for electricity supply with focus on predictability, dependability and cost savings. In addition, energy marketers are asked to bring forward visionary ideas to help PowerOptions’ 500 members better meet their

TJX Executive Joins PowerOptions Board of Directors

Moumita Purkayastha Adds Retail Business Expertise
BOSTON, October 20—PowerOptions, the region’s premiere energy-buying consortium for nonprofits and public entities, today announced the addition of Moumita Purkayastha of TJX Corporation to its Board of Directors. Purkayastha is an accomplished leader who joins PowerOptions with 15 years of experience in retail systems management and development. PowerOptions’ board invited her to join from a rich pool of applicants brought forward with assistance from The Partnership, Inc., a nonprofit that helps corporations and institutions attract, develop and retain multicultural professionals at

PowerOptions Names Liam Sullivan Vice President of Marketing and Communications

Six-year PowerOptions Veteran Will Continue to Expand Outreach, Grow Organization
BOSTON, June 7—PowerOptions today announced that Liam Sullivan has been promoted to the role of Vice President of Marketing and Communications, where he will continue to expand outreach and growth of the nonprofit energy-buying consortium. Sullivan joined PowerOptions in 2010 as Director of Marketing and Communications, where he oversaw the communications strategy and customer outreach. In his new role, Sullivan will continue to direct the communications strategies, acting as the spokesperson for PowerOptions. He will oversee all traditional and digital
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