With the finalizing of the 2019 contract for the Con Ed municipalities,Westchester Power gets an invite from John Bailey’s “People To Be Heard” show. John’s interrogation reveals a mature program and exciting prospects.
Village Weighs whether to join clean energy program.
Dobbs Ferry residents and business owners are invited to attend upcoming public forums to discuss whether the Village should enroll in the Westchester Power program, and initiative of Sustainable Westchester…
Greenburgh is preparing to bring the subject of continuing participation in Westchester Power in the 2019 contract to their Town Board for deliberation on 9/12. In preparation for this, Supervisor Feiner has made extra efforts to make program information available to the public, including through his weekly radio show today.
Westchester Power’s Virginia Steinberg meets with community members to explain and answer questions about the municipal power purchasing program and going green in Westchester.
There’s a lot of exciting things in the pipeline for customers, including new electric supply contract options, community solar and other energy products.
Westchester Power, the first community choice aggregation (CCA) in New York, has engaged Ampion, Inc. for Customer Relationship, Billing and Payment and EDI services.
Westchester will use the Ampion Software platform to provide enhanced back office services, including reporting, customer care, online billing and payment, and utility EDI communication. Ampion will also service Westchester residents directly through its CCA customer portal, allowing participants to access their energy consumption, billing information, savings, environmental impact, and other account information.
“There’s a lot of exciting things in the pipeline for customers, including new electric supply contract options, community solar and other energy products” says Dan Welsh, Program Director at Westchester Power. “Information is the key to maximizing customer value, and Ampion’s systems will provide a common, robust platform to facilitate engagement with both customers and municipal stakeholders while also helping us grow and account for our business.”
Ampion CEO Nate Owen looks forward to the impact this partnership will bring, not only to Westchester but to the communities that will follow its lead. “Community Choice Aggregations are a powerful movement across the country and we are excited to enable Westchester Power through our software platform,” he said. “At Ampion, we believe that software is the great enabler of energy markets, and in particular, the movement to distributed generation and community renewables.”
About Westchester Power
Established in May 2016, Westchester Power is a community-based bulk energy purchasing program providing residential and small commercial electric customers a locally-chosen alternative to the state-mandated utility for energy supply. As New York’s first CCA and a model for the State, Westchester Power contracts with power suppliers to offer consumers fixed and competitive energy rates. Westchester Power is a program of Sustainable Westchester. For more information, visit westchesterpower.org.
Headquartered in Boston, Ampion performs comprehensive asset management for distributed energy providers, supplying billing & payment, performance monitoring, contract management, and customer engagement services. Ampion operates under a software-as-a-service paradigm, utilizing a cloud-based platform to enable portfolio and revenue optimization for clients while engaging their customers through specialized portals. To learn more, contact Michael Rudden at (617) 433-7913 or mrudden(at)ampion(dot)net.