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Published on Dec 19, 2012
Resident Power (http://residentpower.com) provides New Hampshire residents ways on how to save on electricity costs and provide electricity savings through its programs.
In this video Bart Fromuth, Resident Power's founder, let's NH residents know that there are no changes to your electrical service when you switch over to Resident Power. The only change you will see is reduced savings, and Resident Power's name as a supplier on your electricity bill.
If you are looking for ways to save on electricity, and you live in New Hampshire (PSNH service area), just give Resident Power a call at 603-232-9293.
Resident Power has over 100 years of combined electricity buying, brokering, and managing. In 2012, Resident Power has helped tens of thousands of New Hampshire residents in the PSNH service area save anywhere from 5 to 20%.
And now with the PSNH rates scheduled to increase by up to 30% on January 1, 2013, now is the time to call Resident Power and protect you and your family from these rate hikes. If you are looking for cheap electricity, or electricity assistance, please call Resident Power today at 603-232-9293. You can begin saving today!
Resident Power serves all the towns and cities located in the PSNH service district. Some of the towns we are experiencing high call volumes are:
Bedford, New Hampshire Hanover, New Hampshire Keene, New Hampshire Manchester, New Hampshire Durham, New Hampshire Hampton, New Hampshire Lebanon, New Hampshire Milford, New Hampshire Salem,New Hampshire Laconia, New Hampshire Hudson, New Hampshire Londonderry, New Hampshire Concord, New Hampshire Dover, New Hampshire Portsmouth, New Hampshire Nashua, New Hampshire
New Hampshire Electric Assistance Program
The Electric Assistance Program, or EAP, can help income eligible customers pay their electric bills. The EAP provides eligible customers with a discount on their monthly electric bills. The discounts range from 7% to70%, depending on the customer's gross household income and household size.
The New Hampshire Legislature authorized the Commission to develop an electric assistance program as part of electric utility deregulation. All electric utility customers support the statewide EAP through the system benefits charge portion of their electric bill. The EAP discount helps make bills more affordable and helps customers avoid the risk of having their electric service shut off for non-payment. To be eligible for the program customers must receive an electric bill from a regulated electric utility and have a gross household income that qualifies at the time of application.
For more info on the New Hampshire Electric Assistance Program, please visit.