NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 3, 2015) - Good Energy, a national consultant of large-scale community energy aggregation and procurement, today announced that Javier Barrios, Managing Partner of Good Energy and Northeast President of The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA), has been invited to moderate the Broker-REP Relationship panel discussion at the 4th semi-annual Energy Marketing Conference for Retailers.

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Opening September 10 at New York City's Hotel Pennsylvania, the Energy Marketing Conference for Retailers is designed to provide attendees a forum to converse and share with industry professionals, colleagues, service providers, consultants, financiers, and many others. 

With more than 200 Community Energy Aggregation programs representing over 600,000 households and managing energy procurement for 1 percent of the total U.S. population, Good Energy's experience makes them the ideal panel moderator. Barrios' panel will be at 2:30 p.m. and addresses today's common questions associated with the energy broker/representative relationship, such as:

  • Should ABC's (Aggregator Brokers & Consultants) be licensed?
  • What makes a good retail supplier?
  • What technical information should suppliers provide?
  • How do regulatory changes influence the ABC community?
  • How do market fluctuations impact business?
  • Which offerings, outside of traditional commodity offerings, have been most successful?

"With the legitimization of the ABC/Channel Partner segment, we've seen a steady stream of broker acquisition," Barrios said. "These acquisitions are making an impact on the industry, but also raising significant questions. I am proud to have been selected for such a prestigious event and look forward to addressing this most important energy topic."

Good Energy serves more communities and residents than any other aggregation consultant in the nation with a pioneering community-centric buying approach that has helped save over $100 million for residential and commercial segments with active aggregation programs nationwide. Between 2012-2013, the company negotiated energy supply contracts for 160 Community Energy Aggregation (CEA) programs in the Midwest, which resulted in the offset of more than 12 billion tons of carbon emissions.

To learn how your municipality can take advantage of Good Energy's Community Energy Aggregation programs, contact (212) 792-0222 or

About Good Energy
For almost two decades, Good Energy has been a national leader in structuring and implementing community and government energy aggregation programs. Good Energy now serves more communities and residents than any other single energy consultant in the nation. Good Energy supplies the latest efficiency applications to the market and has pioneered a community-centric buying approach that has achieved hundreds of millions of dollars in savings to the households and businesses throughout the nation. Good Energy delivers a variety of regional services involving local laws such as Benchmarking, Retro Commissioning, Predominant Use Studies, and Municipal Energy Tax assessments. Learn more about Good Energy at and follow us on twitter @GoodEnergyUS.

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For more information, contact:
Jackie Abramian
BridgeView Marketing (for Good Energy, Inc.)
Twitter: @GoodEnergyUS