New Hampshire

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Our New Hampshire Markets

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Additional Information

License Information

  • New Hampshire, Docket No. DM 14-008

Department of Public Utilities

  • 21 South Fruit Street, Suite 10
    Concord, N.H. 03301-2429
  • Phone: 603-271-2431
  • Additional Contact Info: Click Here

Environmental Disclosure Label

  • Click Here to View PDF version of the New Hampshire EDL


Available Products

Energy Lock – Fixed Full Requirements
Energy Lock product is a full swing, fixed price product that promotes price and budget certainty by offering protection against market volatility.
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WEPS – Wholesale Energy Purchasing Solution
Mint Energy’s flagship solution is designed to mirror wholesale energy markets as closely as possible and deliver a wholesale pricing structure to the retail customer in order to drive down overall costs.
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Power Select – Retail Adder Solution
Our Retail Adder price allows you to forecast your non-energy costs for the term of your service and look to the wholesale market to see when would be the best time to lock in your electricity price.
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Market Overview

New Hampshire’s electricity market was restructured in 1997. With this law passed, consumers have the ability to shop for a competitive electric supplier similar to Mint Energy. However unlike in most deregulated states some New Hampshire utilities were allowed to continue owning and operating power generation facilities. Despite this difference all customers are eligible to receive their generation services from a competitive supplier.

New Hampshire is part of ISO New England which is a regional transmission organization (RTO), serving Rhode Island, Maine, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont as well as Rhode Island. ISO New England is the governing body that ensures the day-to-day reliable operation of New England’s bulk power generation and transmission system, by overseeing and ensuring the fair administration of the region’s wholesale electricity markets, and by managing comprehensive, regional planning processes.

Through deregulation customers have the option to switch over to a competitive supplier like Mint Energy. Mint Energy representatives are available to explain the available pricing options and to guide you through the competitive supply process.