Nonprofit energy consortium will continue to deliver cost-savings
(HARTFORD, Conn.) September 20, 2017 – PowerOptions, New England’s leading nonprofit energy consortium, announced today that The Village for Families & Children, a nonprofit helping vulnerable children, adults and families in the Greater Hartford region, has renewed their energy supply contract for another year. “We’ve been a member of PowerOptions for over a year now, and they’ve been a true asset to us,” said Galo Rodriguez, President and CEO of The Village. “Their team helps guide our decision-making with their
Competitive bid process results in new benefits for nonprofit and public entity members
(BOSTON, Mass.) August 30, 2017 – PowerOptions, the area’s leading energy buying consortium of nonprofit and government entities, announced today the selection of a new electricity supplier for its retail energy program. Constellation has been selected through a competitive bidding process for an estimated $300 million four-year contract. “This selection was the culmination of an extensive competitive process,” said PowerOptions CEO Cynthia Arcate. “We received proposals from a number of suppliers interested in helping our members navigate today’s energy market.
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
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