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ENH Power

Electricity supplier in New Hampshire

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About ENH Power

ENH Power is a retail electric supplier for residents and businesses in New Hampshire. The company, owned and operated in New England, has a strong reputation in the area for excellent service. As part of Provider Power along with Electricity Maine and Provider Power Mass, ENH Power is one of the fastest growing energy companies in the country.

Customers with ENH Power can choose between fixed rate electricity plans from three months to two years, with 100 percent green energy options and no sign-up fees. Enter your ZIP code above to compare ENH Power rates in your area with other energy companies.

ENH Power plans

With the Choose Energy marketplace, you can compare ENH Power plans to other options in your area. Below you’ll find descriptions of some of ENH Power’s most common offers. Keep in mind not all plans are available in all areas. Enter your ZIP code above for a full list of rates for your town.

Worry Free 12

This yearlong plan is good for any consumer who wants price stability locked in. Pay the same fixed rate regardless of how much energy you use.

Worry Free 24

Customers who like long-term options will like this version of ENH Power’s Worry Free plan. Pay a fixed rate for two years and enjoy price security.

Simple Power 3

This 3-month plan gives consumers a chance to try ENH Power without a long contract. It comes with a fixed rate, like all of ENH Power’s plans, so you can get a feel for price stability.

Simple Power 6

Like the Simple Power 3 option but need something slightly longer? This 6-month version offers the same price security and a middle-ground term length.

ENH Power review

With its parent company, Provider Power, ENH Power has a strong reputation in New England. Both companies have an A rating from the Better Business Bureau for meeting standards for customer interactions and complaint resolution. For more information about BBB ratings and to read customer reviews, see the BBB’s website.

At Choose Energy, we also offer our own ranking of top electric companies. With so many on the market, we’re still working, and will add ENH Power’s review here in the future. You can see the reviews we completed so far in our rankings list.

ENH Power core energy services

ENH Power for home

ENH Power specializes in fixed rate plans for New Hampshire residents who value price stability. Whether you’re a homeowner looking for a long-term commitment or a renter who needs a short-term solution, ENH Power has a simple energy plan for you.

ENH Power for business

With options ranging from six months to over a year, ENH Power can set any business up for success with a fixed rate energy plan. ENH Power has over 200,000 residential and business customers, and supports 200 New England non-profits, making it a trustworthy supplier for all growing enterprises.

ENH Power service areas

  • Eversource Energy
    • This service areas includes the towns of Keene, Merrimack, Rochester, Ossipee, Berlin, Lancaster, Manchester, and surrounding areas.
  • Liberty Utilities
    • This service areas includes the towns of Bath, Charlestown, Derry, Enfield, Plainfield, and surrounding areas.
  • Unitil
    • This service areas includes the towns of Concord, Plaistow, and surrounding areas.
  • New Hampshire Electric Co-Op
    • This service areas includes the towns of Colebrook, Conway, Lisbon, Plymouth, Andover, Meredith, Alton, Brentwood, Sunapee, and surrounding areas.

New Hampshire electricity rates FAQ

Will I have to get a credit check or pay a deposit?

Energy companies require customers to undergo a credit check before they will offer service. That means we have to run a check before you can sign up for a plan. However, there’s no need to worry. We run a soft credit check – the kind that doesn’t affect your score – so you can rest easy.

Depending on your credit history, some providers may require a deposit. If that’s the case for the plan you choose, we’ll let you know and show you some other options that you can sign up for without a deposit. If you’re concerned about deposits or want to learn more, see our guide here.

How do I choose the right plan?

That depends on a lot of different factors – your usage, your lifestyle, your home size, to name a few – but a good place to start is the kind of rate you want. There are two main ones: fixed and variable. A fixed rate is good for customers who value price stability. A variable rate is good for customers who are willing to accept less stability for a chance at a lower rate. You’ll be able to filter by rate type in the Choose Energy marketplace.

For more information on these rate types and other plan options including payment schedule and green energy, see our guide to picking the right plan.

I’m moving. What do I do?

If you are moving to another part of New Hampshire, you may be able to stay with your current provider (if they serve that area) or switch to a different provider. If you want to stay with your provider, call them to see if they serve your new town. If you want to switch, you can do so anytime up to 90 days before you move. Shop in the marketplace as you normally would and select your move-in date. We’ll take care of the rest.

How do I switch providers?

Before you switch providers, you’ll want to check if you have any early termination fees. These can often be avoided if you switch within two weeks of your contract expiration. Then, switching is easy. Enter your ZIP code above and we’ll show you plans in your area. Pick what works for you and sign up online or over the phone.

Once you’ve signed up, you’ll get a confirmation email. We’ll take care of the rest. If at any point you have questions, give us a call and one of our energy experts can help. Learn more about how switching works here.