“The DNV KEMA conference is a great opportunity for thought-leaders to exchange ideas on the rapidly changing energy market,” said Ward. “With retail providers making technological advances and entering new markets every day, it’s crucial to understand the future of the energy landscape. It’s also important to understand how it affects all the key players like Aggregators, Brokers, Consultants, Retail Electricity Providers and the consumers. The DNV KEMA annual conference is just the right venue to have a meaningful discussion that leads to solutions and answers.”
Also participating on the panel are Steve Elsea, Director of Energy Services at Leggett & Platt; Bob Manning, Director of Energy & Industrial Facilities at H-E-B; Dennis Moran, Director of Energy Supply at Marriott. The moderator is David Fein, President of RESA; and Vice President of Energy Policy and Director of Retail Energy Policy at Constellation Energy.
“DNV KEMA values the relationship we have with TEPA and its Retail Electricity Provider, Aggregator, Broker and Consultant (ABC) member companies,” said Soner Kanlier, Director of DNV KEMA’s Retail Energy Practice. “DNV KEMA’s research has shown that the importance of ABCs for non-residential energy sales has increased over time. The voice of ABCs will be well represented by Paul Ward of TEPA, and we look forward to a thoughtful discussion on this panel and others at the DNV KEMA Executive Forum.”
DNV KEMA’s Executive Forum is the retail energy industry’s premier networking event. With more than 400 in attendance, including regulators, investors, buyers, brokers, vendors, and other stakeholders, attendees will engage in discussions on the key topics related to sustaining momentum and other current issues and challenges facing retail energy markets.
About The Energy Professionals Association
The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) is a 501 (c)(6) organization that establishes a standardized code of conduct, serves as an educational resource, and advocates legislative initiatives for the Texas deregulated energy market. TEPA members include Aggregators, Brokers, and Consultants (ABCs), Retail Electricity Providers (REPs) and affiliate members. TEPA members exhibit expertise, ethical practices and a high level of professionalism to help consumers buy electricity in the restructured Texas marketplace. To learn more about TEPA, visit http://www.tepatexas.org or contact Laura Sayed at LSayed@TPRM.com or 214-520-3430 ext. 306. Find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @_TEPA.