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Skipping Stone Principal John Landry spoke on the “Energy Markets Outside of The United States: Best Practices, Resources and Opportunities” panel during The Energy Professionals Association’s (TEPA) 3rd Annual Northeast Conference in New York City to more than 200 energy executives and professionals from across the country.

This year’s Northeast TEPA Conference included presentations and panel discussions that addressed important topics facing the national energy market. Speakers included Brian Habacivch, Principal, Commodities Management Group at Constellation Energy; John Williams, Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs with NYSERDA; and Amy Harder, energy and climate journalist for Axios and a regular contributor on CSPAN, MSNBC, Fox News and NPR.

Courtesy of Hechler Photographers. L to R: David Roylance, Past National TEPA President/co-founder Prism Energy Solutions, Andrew Barth, TEPA National President and John Landry

“TEPA was founded over a decade ago to serve as an education resource and advocate for the energy retail market,” said Andrew Barth, TEPA’s National Board President and Executive Vice President of Sales at Incite Energy. “The topics, speakers and featured panellists who will be a part of this year’s Northeast Conference are a wonderful reflection of that mission. We’re especially looking forward to the discussion and insight from those who will be a part of our panel focusing on global energy retail markets.”

The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) www.tepaUSA.org is a 501(c)(6) organization whose community of energy professionals adhere to a code of conduct, serve as an educational resource, and advocates for deregulated energy markets across the country. TEPA members include aggregators, brokers and consultants (ABCs), retail electricity providers (REPs) and affiliate members, and are the clear choice for consumers seeking to benefit from competitive energy markets.


Skipping Stone Principal John Landry on the Energy Markets Outside of the U.S.: Best Practices, Resources and Opportunities panel said, “We also recently released an International Retail Energy Markets Report that covers the European and Australian markets along with so many international energy markets opportunities.”