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Timothy J. Hebert Named Chief Operating Officer

Foxboro, MA — July 1, 2017 ‐ Energy New England, LLC (ENE), an energy cooperative of municipal electric utilities operating throughout New England today announced that Timothy J. Hebert has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer.  Mr. Hebert previously served as an Executive Vice President, with responsibilities in the Wholesale Power Supply Services area for the organization…. Continue Reading →

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USI and ENE Announce Strategic Partnership

Waterbury, VT and Foxboro, MA – June 30, 2017 ‐ Utility Services, Inc., a leader in North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Utility Compliance and Cybersecurity services and Energy New England, LLC (ENE), a leader in Power Supply and Risk Management services have announced a strategic partnership that will lead to a merger of the organizations. … Continue Reading →

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APPA CO2 Reduction Panel

ENE Discusses New England CO2 Reduction at APPA E&O Conference Tim Hebert, ENE Executive Vice President, participated on a CO2 reduction panel at the APPA Engineering & Operations Conference in San Antonio, Texas in early May 2017. The panel addressed CO2 reduction approaches on both East and West coasts, as well as a case study… Continue Reading →

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Energy New England becomes ENE

Foxboro, MA – January 17, 2017 ‐ Energy New England, LLC (ENE), President & CEO John G. Tzimorangas announced today that Energy New England has changed its name to ENE. In making the official move at the ENE Board of Director’s Meeting on December 20th, he revealed the new ENE Logo that depicts a compass star and… Continue Reading →

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Baker-Polito Administration Announces $11.4 Million for Municipal LED Streetlight Conversion Program

Available to Municipalities That Own Traditional Streetlights BOSTON – December 13, 2016 – The Baker-Polito Administration today announced $11.4 million in grant funding opportunities to help cities and towns across Massachusetts convert traditional streetlights to LED technology through the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) Rapid LED Streetlight Conversion Program. DOER has partnered with the Metropolitan Area… Continue Reading →

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