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Good Energy Shares Innovative, Money-Saving Ideas About New York's Energy Vision With Community Leaders at NYCOM

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Sep 22, 2015) - NYCOM Booth #24 -- 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), will address the New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials (NYCOM) at a dinner event.

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The NYCOM 2015 Fall Training School for City & Village Officials is a collaboration with the Office of the State Comptroller. The event will feature the Fall Training School where about 400 New York state city and village officials gather for innovative training sessions specializing in municipal law, government operations, and local finance issues.

At the distinguished dinner event, Barrios will provide insights about the company's energy program and its relation to NY Governor's plan for Reforming the Energy Vision for New York (NYREV). Serving more communities and residents than any other aggregation consultant in the nation, Good Energy experts will also be sharing energy efficiency ideas at NYCOM in Booth #24 and will address community constituents on September 30. 

"It's important for municipal leaders to be aware of their ability to change the decision-making mechanism for constituents' energy choices," explains Barrios. "Good Energy is bringing a wealth of experience about renewable energy options for the residential sector, so municipal leaders can make informed decisions about community energy programs."

Between 2012-13, Good Energy 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. Good Energy has created more than 200 Community Energy Aggregation programs representing more than 600,000 households and managing energy procurement for 1 percent of the total U.S. population.

To learn how your municipality can take advantage of Good Energy's Community Energy Aggregation programs call 212-792-0222, visit, or e-mail

About Good Energy

For more than 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

Source: Marketwired (September 22, 2015 - 1:21 PM EDT)

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