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Energy Partner Network and The Energy Professionals Association Team Up


TEPA members benefit from EPN’s proprietary online energy marketplace

NEW YORK—Energy Partner Network (EPN) and The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) announced today that they have joined forces to offer TEPA members exclusive EPN pricing, sponsorship opportunities and access to industry think tank sessions.

“This is truly a win-win situation,” said Klaudet Ristovski, Chief Revenue Officer for Energy Partner Network. “TEPA is a respected member of the energy community and its participation in our digital ecosystem makes us even stronger. EPN provides the vehicle to transfigure how all areas of the energy industry connect, and TEPA offers a large broker and supplier network.”

Ristovski continued, “TEPA members provide two key elements required to rapidly bring energy efficiency projects and products to market: a vast indirect sales channel and suppliers with on-bill financing capabilities.”

Shannon McGriff, Executive Director of The Energy Professionals Association, said, “We’re excited to join EPN, take advantage of the features and benefits it provides and offer our members an early mover’s advantage. TEPA members service over 70 percent of commercial and residential consumers in deregulated energy markets across the country. EPN is the platform to facilitate doing business virtually.”

Energy Partner Network is a place where industry innovators differentiate their product offerings and make transactions happen. Its energy directory includes thousands of sustainable companies in more than 75 categories and proprietary tools providing the most comprehensive way to build partnerships and brand equity in the industry.

TEPA is made up of more than 200 member companies and thousands of energy market professionals, including energy aggregators, brokers, consultants, suppliers and affiliated companies. For 15 years, it has provided a neutral forum for energy professionals to network, gain knowledge and participate in regulatory and legislative efforts.

Visit Energy Partner Network’s website to become a member or to learn more.  For more information or to join The Energy Professionals Association, visit TEPA’s website and its Virtual Trade Show Booth.

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