From left, Andrew Barth, Partner and Co-Founder of CSD Energy Advisors, LLC, and Huston Able, National TEPA President. - TEPA Awards 2019
From left, Andrew Barth, Partner and Co-Founder of CSD Energy Advisors, LLC, and Huston Able, National TEPA President.

HOUSTON – CSD Energy Advisors, LLC, a national energy management firm headquartered in Houston, has been named the 2019-20 Aggregator, Broker, Consultant (ABC) of the Year by The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA). Announced during the Association’s 14th annual conference in Austin, Texas, on Sept. 26th, the TEPA ABC of the Year is awarded to member companies that “demonstrate promising and innovative solutions in areas such as contract negotiations, ethical business practices and customer service.”

“TEPA has been instrumental in setting higher standards for companies that develop and implement energy solutions for clients across the country,” said Andrew Barth, partner, and co-founder, CSD Energy Advisors, LLC. “We’re honored to have been selected as this year’s TEPA ABC of the Year and believe it’s a testament to our team’s efforts to be a trusted energy procurement partner for our clients, while representing our commitment to uphold the integrity of the competitive energy landscape.”

Nearly 80 TEPA companies that identify as aggregators, brokers or consultants were eligible for the TEPA ABC of the Year award this year. Winners are selected by Retail Electric Providers/Suppliers who are voting members of the Association. This is the fifth year that TEPA has presented the award during its annual conference.

“This award is particularly meaningful because it represents the voice of our colleagues,” said Barth. “Understanding that our peers recognize our efforts to innovate and consistently deliver value to our clients is motivation for our entire team. Our team is proud to be recognized by TEPA and our colleagues for our efforts in the retail energy market”

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

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