Bridge Energy Services (Bridge) is a leading independent energy management and consulting firm. Bridge’s unique portfolio management approach delivers for our clients more sustainable, diversified, and cost-effective operations through innovative energy strategies. Our goal is to help our clients optimize their operations and procurement to get the best results from their energy assets. Bridge is based out of greater Hartford, CT with offices in greater Boston, MA. We have been dedicated to serving the region’s finest institutions since 2002.
Bridge is privileged to serve hundreds of clients across the United States. Bridge advises large consumers of energy such as Hospitals, Higher Education, Municipalities, Commercial, and Industrial clients with energy sourcing, management, and sustainability. As a full-service energy consulting firm expertise includes: procurement, on-site generation, renewable strategies, battery energy storage systems, data solutions, energy management and forecasting, and regulatory affairs (compliance and incentives).
The success of Bridge is the result of more than 100+ years combined personal utility, regulatory and deregulation experience, a strong commitment to the region. Bridge is a service company not a sales company. Our serve first mentality delivers value to its clients as an extension of their energy team.
We don't just set a price and forget about it. We work continually with our clients to create a unique pricing strategy that works for them. We use the markets to dictate our decision making and identify great opportunities for our customers. Bridge’s team works on behalf of clients to ensure their energy program goals are met by demanding the highest level of service and satisfaction from their utility companies and suppliers, while helping to evaluate the multitude of energy consultants, suppliers, and vendors.
With our unique utility, financial, and regulatory background, we streamline and facilitate the energy buying experience. We maintain strong relationships with key constituents: government, public utilities, the suppliers of power and natural gas, and site development resources.