Co-op Executive Director to discuss “Creating the Energy Future”

For Immediate Release

Press Contact: Morgan Pitts – 215.413.2122 x19

Damali Rhett to Join Energy Industry Leaders in Discussion on “Creating the Energy Future.”

Panel is part of the Energy Executive Forum in Key Biscayne Florida May 14-16

May 1, 2018 – Philadelphia, PA – The Energy Co-op’s Damali Rhett, a nationally recognized expert on renewable energy and electric utilities, is set to join some of the nation’s leading energy company executives for the 2018 Executive Energy Forum in Key Biscayne, Florida May 14-16.  Rhett currently serves as the Executive Director of the Philadelphia-based Energy Co-op which provides energy sources to residents and businesses in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

DNV GL’s Energy Executive Forum is an annual gathering of C-suite executives actively engaged in defining the future of energy. The two-day event will feature a host of activities and discussions that the transformation of those resources will have on communities and businesses in the long-term.

Rhett will be a featured speaker for the “Creating the Energy Future” panel, Wednesday, May 16 at 9:30 am.  The panel will also include John Landry, DNV GL, Vice President, Competitive Markets; Mathias Lelievre, President and CEO, Engle Insight; Gabriel Phillips, Managing Partner, GP Energy Management, Michael Faliquist, CEO, Citrus Energy and Charles deCasteja, Managing Partner, Good Energy.

Prior to joining The Energy Co-op, Rhett worked for some of the nation’s leading consulting firms. Her expertise is often requested for speaking engagements regarding energy as well as strategic management, leadership development, and community building.

Founded in 1979, the Energy Co-op, based in Philadelphia, PA, envisions a world in which empowered energy consumers create a sustainable future. Through member ownership, the company seeks to support local economies while providing quality services in the ever-growing cooperative movement. The company offers the following products:  clean electricity, renewable natural gas, and standard heating oil.

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