Buying Group Webinar
Your journey starts here: we are building a 2022 Community Power buying group for NH cities, towns and counties. We’ve presented our program at a Local Energy Solutions webinar. If you are considering Community Power for your community and looking for a flexible, streamlined approach, with minimal required staff time, and at no cost and no risk to the municipality, join us today.
Community Power Buying Group
There is no cost, risk, or obligation to participate in the 2022 Community Power buying group. Members of the group are asked to sign a 2-page MOU to work with our team and join the buying group, but can leave the group at any time with no obligation.
Once a member, each municipality will receive everything they need to get started with Community Power: a template plan, outreach materials and support with expert guidance. We worked with the city of Keene to develop their Community Power program, and will work with buying group members on their public outreach and on all of the steps in the process to develop a plan and gain approval.
The town of Swanzey, NH is the latest to sign the team’s two-page MOU and join the buying group.
Where experience matters
Standard Power is an experienced municipal energy supply consultant, including renewable energy solutions, in New Hampshire. Good Energy has been operating successful Community Power programs across the country for over 10 years.
Together, we have a diverse team working to meet your goals: electricity procurement professionals, legal and regulatory experts, economic policy analysts, graphic design and outreach managers, and customer support.
What People Say
The Standard Power and Good Energy team has been a pleasure to work with on our Community Power program. They have taken us from idea to an approved plan in less than 7 months, all the while advocating on the state level for sound legislation and doing extensive outreach to the community about the program.Rhett Lamb, Assistant City Manager, Planning Director, City of Keene