Satori Energy Is Named 2015 ABC of the Year

CHICAGO – November 5, 2015 – The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA), the largest organization of its kind in the industry, named Satori Energy as the recipient of the 2015 ABC of the Year award. This honor is bestowed yearly to the outstanding Aggregator, Broker, or Consultant in the retail energy community. The award was voted on and determined by TEPA’s supplier members based on various factors including high-quality customer representation, product knowledge and business practices. The award was announced and presented last week at TEPA’s annual conference in Dallas.

Satori President David C. Wiers commented, “This award is really a credit to our entire team; every single employee takes great pride in representing Satori Energy in the marketplace. It is rewarding to observe the processes we have created and how our people have embraced the commitment to create value for the customer in each and every transaction. We will continue to build a culture which encourages people to do the right thing for the customer and also provides an environment that puts our people in a position to succeed.”

About Satori Energy
Satori Energy was founded in 2003, is headquartered in Chicago, and has evolved with the changing electricity markets over the past 12 years. Currently serving over 50,000 accounts, Satori has continued its mission in serving its clients through strategic energy procurement, risk management, market monitoring services, and overall energy management solutions for clients in deregulated markets nationwide. For additional information, please visit

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Satori Energy – 2015 ABC of the Year


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