Wednesday, April 23, 2014
“We’re thrilled to strengthen our support for the Retail Energy Executive Forum, which provides a platform for energy industry thought leaders to share ideas, and for retailers to collaborate on ways to improve the efficiency of their operations,” said EC Infosystems President and CEO, Mohan Wanchoo.
More than 400 senior energy industry professionals, state and federal regulators, investors, large energy buyers, brokers, and vendors assemble each year for two days at the Retail Energy Executive Forum to share insight and knowledge. 85 percent of participants are director level or higher.
To commemorate its eighth year sponsoring the Retail Energy Executive Forum, EC Infosystems intends to give away an energy efficient Ford Fusion Hybrid car. The company will also sponsor the forum’s grand reception, executive dinner and hospitality suite.
In response to 33 percent growth of its deregulated energy industry client portfolio over the past three years, EC Infosystems has grown its development and client services team, and expanded operations to better serve its increased client base across the company’s nationwide footprint. It is also developing end user empowerment tools that energy marketers can provide to their customers to facilitate efficient use of energy. For more information on EC Infosystems products and services, visit www.ecinfosystems.com.
About EC Infosystems
EC Infosystems is a market-leading Electronic Commerce, Electronic Data Exchange (EDI), Customer Information Solutions (CIS)/Billing solutions firm serving more than 300 clients in the deregulated Energy Industry across the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe. The company's sophisticated software is user friendly, improves efficiency and operating performance, giving clients a competitive advantage. For more information, visit www.ecinfosystems.com.
About DNV GL
Leveraging its global footprint and ~16,000 professionals, DNV GL delivers world-renowned testing and advisory services to the entire energy value chain – energy, oil & gas, and maritime industries. Its expertise spans onshore and offshore wind power, solar, conventional generation, transmission and distribution, smart grid, and sustainable energy use, as well as analysis of energy markets and regulations. DNV GL’s Retail Energy Markets practice has a 20-year history of being the preeminent advisory service in the competitive retail sector, spanning services that cover evolving policy implications, market design and economics, pricing and products, and competitive intelligence in order to provide strategic and tactical insights into the competitive landscape. For more information, visit http://www.dnvgl.com/.
To register to join as at the Forum and view the latest agenda, visit:http://www.dnvkema.com/services/conferences/executive-forum/REEF-2014.aspx
Rob Roy, 516-874-8006
Director, Energy Systems Marketing