HOUSTON – Sept. 27, 2018 – Winners of the 2018-19 ABC of the Year and Supplier of the Year national awards were announced during The Energy Professionals Association’s 13th Annual Conference on Thursday, September 20, 2018, at the Hotel ZaZa located in the Houston Museum District. The 2018 Supplier of the Year award was given to Constellation and the Aggregator, Broker, Consultant (ABC) of the Year award was presented to Priority Power Management. Craig Wall, TEPA Northeast Board President, presented the awards during the conference.
“Constellation and Priority Power Management are among the TEPA members helping to shape the future of retail energy markets,” said Andrew Barth, National TEPA President. “These two companies have raised the bar and set new standards for innovation, effectiveness and customer service in the markets they serve. Everyone in the competitive energy market appreciates their leadership in our industry and we congratulate them on earning this year’s TEPA Supplier and ABC of the Year awards.”
The TEPA Supplier of the Year award recognizes the TEPA member company with the most comprehensive, innovative and strategic vision for deregulated electricity and natural gas markets. It takes into consideration the company’s customer service reputation among its customers and employees. The TEPA ABC of the Year recognizes the most promising and innovative TEPA ABC company in areas such as contract negotiations, ethical business practices and customer service. Both awards are voted on by TEPA member companies.
“Each of this year’s nominations embody TEPA’s mission to uphold the integrity of the deregulated retail electricity markets they serve,” said Huston Able, Vice President of TEPA and incoming National TEPA Board president. “Constellation and Priority Power Management join a ‘Who’s Who’ of other TEPA members who have received these awards. We look forward to the contributions they’ll continue to make to our industry over the coming year.”
Constellation is a leading competitive retail supplier of power, natural gas and energy products and services for homes and businesses across the continental United States. The Baltimore-based company is a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC), the nation’s leading competitive energy provider, with 2017 revenues of approximately $33.5 billion, and more than 32,000 megawatts of owned capacity comprising one of the nation’s cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets.
Based in Midland, Texas, Priority Power Management is an independent energy management and consulting services firm. The company serves as an extension of its client’s staff to develop and implement strategies that mitigate risk and overcome challenges associated with managing energy data, supply, demand and delivery infrastructure.
About The Energy Professionals Association
Established in 2005, The Energy Professionals Association is a 501(c)(6) comprised of independent energy aggregators, brokers and consultants “ABCs”, as well as energy suppliers and other energy related entities seeking the advancement of fair, deregulated energy markets. TEPA is a self-regulating body aimed at improving processes and ensuring “ABCs” 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 perpetuating the integrity of competitive markets. For more information visit https://www.tepausa.org.