Auburn, N.H., – Gus Fromuth, Managing Director of Freedom Energy Logistics is pleased to announce the company has been chosen through a competitive bid process by the Community College System of New Hampshire to manage its energy services. Freedom, a leading energy management firm located in Auburn, N.H specializes in unique methods of electricity and natural gas purchasing.

“As the largest energy management firm in New Hampshire, Freedom Energy Logistics leverages a significant level of influence with energy suppliers,” said Gus Fromuth, Managing Director, Freedom Energy Logistics. “Each supplier possesses individual nuance, and we have the expertise and experience to navigate their various idiosyncrasies especially for large energy users like the Community College System of New Hampshire. When we start working with our clients we review very closely their historical energy usage patterns among other data points and recommend the most cost effective energy product, and that could range from a set price and term contract or at the other end of the savings opportunity spectrum – buying wholesale directly from the grid.”

“The selection of Freedom Energy Logistics was based on the qualifications and proposal that best met the needs of the Community College System of New Hampshire, including the expertise of Freedom Energy’s principals and staff,” said Matt Moore, Director of Facilities and Capital Planning for CCSNH. “We are continually working to optimize our energy services and reduce expenditures where possible.  We look forward to working with Freedom Energy’s team to realize the most cost effective ways to meet the energy needs of our colleges.”

Freedom will be responsible for advising CCSNH in electricity and natural gas deregulation, and managing the colleges’ energy performance contracting for all its facilities.

About Freedom Energy Logistics: Freedom Energy Logistics is a boutique energy management firm based in Auburn, N.H., that specializes in unique methods of electricity and natural gas supply purchasing. Founded in 2006, Freedom Energy Logistics serves the region’s largest manufacturers, municipalities and businesses. Pioneering the ‘Direct-to-Grid’ movement, many of Freedom’s customers source wholesale energy direct from the ISO NE Pool. Freedom provides critical consulting and procurement to help its customers make the most cost efficient decision on where to source its power. Freedom works with the largest electricity suppliers and natural gas providers in the area. This helps us cherry pick the best contract and rate options for you. Freedom has been named amongst New Hampshire’s Top Family Business by Business New Hampshire Magazine. Freedom was named to Inc. 5000, Inc. Magazine’s top 5000 fastest growing companies in America and was also named the 6th Fastest- Growing Family Business in NH by Business New Hampshire Magazine, named the 2016 Small Business of the Year by General Dynamics | Bath Iron Works. August G. Fromuth was also awarded with the 2016 Business Excellence Award from New Hampshire Business Review in the consumer services category for a small organization. Since 2015 FEL has twice been a finalist for the BBB Torch Awards for Marketplace Ethics. For more information visit or call 603.625.2244.


The Community College System of NH consists of seven colleges, offering associate degree and certificate programs, professional training, transfer pathways to four-year degrees, and dual-credit partnerships with NH high schools. The System’s colleges are Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth and Rochester; Lakes Region Community College in Laconia; Manchester Community College; Nashua Community College; NHTI – Concord’s Community College; River Valley Community College in Claremont, Lebanon and Keene; and White Mountains Community College in Berlin, Littleton and North Conway.  The seven community colleges in the system are committed to working with businesses throughout the state to train and retain employees to develop a robust workforce across all sectors and embraces the “65 by 25 Initiative,” which calls for 65% of NH citizens to have some form of postsecondary education by 2025 to meet future workforce demands.