Leadership

AllMass Energy was founded on the principles of client-first service, strong knowledge of the energy markets, the ability to negotiate on behalf of our clients, and the highest ethical standards in the industry. To learn more about AllMass leadership principles, visit our Business Principles page.

Meet our leadership team

Kandi Perry, AllMass Energy

Kandi Perry

Managing Partner

Kandi is extremely good at one thing. That is helping small to large businesses control their energy spending. She believes in the power of providing world-class support through exceptional communication and service. Her professional experience has allowed her to assist hundreds of organizations to improve their sales margins and operations efficiency.

Before taking over operations at AllMass Energy, Kandi was employed by one of the largest retail energy suppliers in the United States. It is her goal, as the owner of AllMass Energy, to expand the company’s product offerings to make it a one-stop energy solution for commercial clients.

If you’re interested in learning more, contact Kandi Perry.

William (Bill) McBride

William J. McBride

Founding Partner

William J. McBride holds a B.S. Degree in Engineering Management from Norwich University. He has over 33 years of experience working in the electric utility industry for National Grid and its former subsidiaries, Massachusetts Electric Company and New England Power Service Company. The focus of his career has mainly been in the Business Services Group, working with commercial and industrial customers, as well as various local and state government branches. He also held managerial positions in the Commercial & Industrial Services and Conservation and Load Management Departments.

Additionally, Bill served as Municipal Accounts Manager for the 18 cities and towns in the Merrimack Valley District of Massachusetts Electric. He held the position of Manager of Legislative Affairs and Policy Initiates for New England Power Service Company in the early 90s when electric industry restructuring began building momentum among business and political leaders. He later helped to conduct the first pilot program in Massachusetts giving customers a choice of electric generation suppliers. 

In 2004 Bill retired from National Grid and founded AllMass Energy, LLC.  He remains active in his community and works with clients in the Merrimack region of Massachusetts.