While those affected by the recent hurricanes are rebuilding their lives, Good Energy has pitched in to help, too. Good Energy has donated money to The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA) relief efforts. And during the upcoming Annual TEPA Conference, Good Energy staff will join other TEPA members to volunteer time for Habitat for Humanity construction project.

The Annual TEPA Conference will be Oct. 4-5 in Dallas and offer presentations on a diverse, relevant energy issues.

To give back to the communities TEPA serves, the organization partnered with Habitat for Humanity in Dallas. Association members will volunteer for a Habitat for Humanity construction project on Oct. 4.

In addition to Good Energy staff volunteering their time, the company has also pledged $500 to TEPA’s hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

“We want to put our energy toward change,” says Scott Heath, TEPA at-large board member and Good Energy Managing Partner. “Good Energy and TEPA members look forward to giving back to the communities we serve.”

Founded in 2005, TEPA is an organization of aggregators, brokers, consultants, retail energy providers and affiliate members. TEPA specializes in providing market knowledge to help customers make the best energy procurement choices and works to uphold the integrity of deregulated retail energy markets nationwide. For more information, visit TEPA.

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