NEW YORK CITY – May 23, 2018 – The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) recently introduced the organization’s new Northeast Board President, Craig Wall of Patriot Energy Group and Northeast Board Vice President, Mike Payne of APPI Energy. The announcement was made during the 4th Annual Northeast TEPA Conference, which was held in New York City on Wed., May 16, 2018.
LifeEnergy announces the launch of commercial electricity plans in Texas. Texas businesses can sign up with LifeEnergy on electricity plans that provide price protection to better manage their electricity costs and bottom line. In addition to Texas, LifeEnergy supplies residential and commercial energy services to energy markets across Pennsylvania, Illinois, Ohio, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, and Washington, D.C. “Expanding
DALLAS – Jan 10, 2018 – The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) and the Illinois Professionals Association (ILEPA) announced today that the two organizations have merged. ILEPA will now be the Illinois Chapter of TEPA. The merger, which was voted on unanimously by both the TEPA national board and ILEPA’s board, combines the organizations’ efforts to uphold the integrity and further
ERCG continued its ABC leadership interview series with Andrew Barth, TEPA President and Partner at CSD Energy Advisors. Young Kim sat down with Andrew and discussed several topics, including: The importance of people and relationships, and the role of technology in that context In ABC M&A, the challenge of valuing a contracted book of business Takeaways from the TEPA annual
Dear TEPA Members, On April 10th, an article was published on Energy Choice Matters, and subsequently on Energy Manager Today that questioned the efforts of the broker community to create a better marketplace for our customers. As an organization made up of brokers, suppliers and multiple affiliate members, I feel it’s important to engage in a healthy conversation about the
HOUSTON – Feb. 21, 2017 – The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) and the Illinois Energy Professionals Association (ILEPA), will host a joint reception for their members during the 2017 ELECTRIC POWER Conference and Expo, which will be held April 10, 2017, at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. This is the first time the two organizations will co-host
HOUSTON – Jan. 17, 2017 –The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA), announced that Shannon McGriff, who currently serves as the organization’s National Conference Committee Chair, will now serve as TEPA’s Director. This new role is the first full-time position for the organization since it was founded in 2007. McGriff has been a member of TEPA since 2008 and has served as
The national average benchmark price for a December 2016 electricity contract dropped substantially last week (-2.6%) to $0.0722 per kilowatt hour (kWh). Electricity prices have fluctuated marginally over the past month while gas prices have plummeted. This past week looks like electricity prices have finally moved more in line with the downward trend we have seen in natural gas prices
HOUSTON – Oct 25, 2016 –The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA), announced Andrew Barth, Exec. Vice President at Incite Energy, has been appointed as the National Board President and Huston Able, Exec. Vice President and Partner at Choice Energy Services, as the National Vice President of the Association. The announcement was made during the 11th Annual TEPA Conference, which was held
Week Ending: Sept. 30, 2016 Short-Term Price Benchmark Trends Retail electricity prices have finally responded to the recent decline in natural gas prices. ERC’s average price benchmark for retail electricity dropped last week by a substantial 2.17%, to a new low of $0.0755 per kilowatt hour. That is the biggest week-over-week fall in electricity prices we have seen all summer.
Short-Term Price Benchmark Trends After rising for three straight weeks, the Energy Research Council’s national average benchmark price for retail electricity declined last week by -1.84%, to $0.0730 per kilowatt hour (kWh). With last week’s drop, electricity prices are now only 0.34% higher than this time a month ago. Prices decreased most notably last week in New York (-5.60%), and