MassPowerChoice, LLC, is an aggregation services company formed and jointly owned by Peregrine Energy Group and Bay State Consultants. Peregrine and Bay State partner to plan, design, and implement municipal electricity aggregation programs in Massachusetts. We specialize in the delivery of community-focused aggregations, which are for communities that want a highly-tailored program and a significant amount of in-person, hands-on engagement from their consultant, and green aggregations, which increase the amount of renewable electricity supplied to a community.
Our partnership builds off more than 20 years of Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) regulatory expertise, 20 years of Massachusetts municipal energy brokerage experience, and 20 years of communications and public education experience. We deliver comprehensive aggregation planning, a hassle-free approval process, the most competitive procurement, an effective and engaging public education campaign, and Massachusetts-based customer support from start to finish.
Peregrine Energy Group
Peregrine Energy Group is an energy consulting firm that specializes in helping cities and towns with all aspects of energy management and the design and implementation of community-wide energy initiatives. Peregrine has worked with hundreds of large and small communities throughout New England. For example, for five years Peregrine was the lead consultant to the City of Boston for the Renew Boston program, a comprehensive energy initiative for all Boston residents and businesses.
Peregrine has particular expertise in energy data reporting and analysis, and developed and manages MassEnergyInsight, the state’s online energy data reporting tool for cities and towns. Additionally, Peregrine has conducted numerous community-wide energy use analyses, including for the Cambridge Net Zero Task Force. Peregrine drafted the original state guide to municipal aggregation.
Bay State Consultants
Bay State Consultants is an energy brokerage firm specializing in cities and towns. Since 2001, Bay State has procured more than 700 electric and natural gas contracts for more than 150 municipal clients. In addition to procuring electricity supply, Bay State has procured 26 large-scale solar projects for municipal clients in Massachusetts and Connecticut, an effort that has involved negotiations with 30 solar bidders for 54 MW of solar capacity, 28 MW of which is in operation.