MassPowerChoice, LLC, is an aggregation services company and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Peregrine Energy Group (Peregrine), which is an energy consulting firm founded in 1992 by former Massachusetts Energy Commissioner Paul Gromer. 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 expertise is built on more than 20 years of Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) regulatory expertise, extensive Massachusetts municipal energy brokerage experience, and decades 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.
Both Peregrine and MassPowerChoice are electricity brokers licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities to do business throughout Massachusetts.
Peregrine Energy Group
Peregrine Energy Group is an energy consulting firm founded in 1992 by former Massachusetts Energy Commissioner Paul Gromer. Peregrine specializes in helping cities and towns with all aspects of energy procurement, energy contract monitoring, energy management, and the design and implementation of community-wide energy initiatives. The firm has worked with hundreds of communities throughout New England. Peregrine drafted the original state guide to municipal aggregation, serves as the independent evaluator for the state’s offshore wind procurement, and is assisting Cambridge in procuring a 100% renewable electricity supply for municipal buildings.
Peregrine has particular expertise in energy data reporting and analysis, and developed and for 11 years managed 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 net-zero task forces for Cambridge, Lexington, and Bedford.