Established in 2005, The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) is 501(c)(6) comprised of independent energy aggregators, brokers and consultants (ABCs), as well as energy suppliers, resellers and other energy related entities seeking the advancement of fair deregulated energy markets.

TEPA is currently made up of more than 200 independent member companies and over 500 energy market professionals.  We provide our members with a neutral forum where our industry can come together to network, share ideas and exchange knowledge in an effort to help improve our industry.

TEPA is a self-regulating body aimed at standardizing processes and ensuring aggregators, brokers and consultants (A/B/C) maintain an acceptable level of market knowledge and responsibility while transacting in the marketplace. Members of the ABC indirect sales channel community provide a forum for developing common interests and upholding the integrity and maintaining the honor in the deregulated retail electricity market.

Working with a TEPA member ensures consumers are working with a company dedicated to providing quality, ethical service. CEP members have demonstrated acumen with regard to energy structuring and purchasing that allows consumers to focus on their business.

Every TEPA applicant undergoes a substantial application process, as well as commits to continuing education in the energy field. By combining this with a best-in-class network of other professionals, consumers are guaranteed their energy purchases are in the hands of an expert.

TEPA’s Mission Statement

TEPA supports its members and the energy industry by creating opportunities for energy professionals to network, championing ethical standards and sharing knowledge that will support the integrity of deregulated retail energy markets across the country.

TEPA’s Vision

TEPA envisions an energy marketplace where commercial and residential energy consumers can rely on the expertise, knowledge and ethical behavior of energy brokers

TEPA’s Goals

  • Attract world-class leaders who advance the Association’s objectives
  • Offer ongoing growth opportunities for member involvement
  • Work with policy and decision-makers with respect to energy issues
  • Develop partnerships with organizations that enhance TEPA’s ability to achieve its goals and objectives
  • Serve as a trusted source of public information on current energy issues
  • Offer ongoing learning and networking events
  • Identify the key legislative and regulatory concerns facing the energy community