RESA Welcomes Source Power & Gas as Newest Member

January 5, 2017

Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington DC

Company Joins RESA’s Efforts to Promote Retail Markets That Benefit Consumers

Harrisburg, PA – The Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA), the nation’s leading organization representing competitive energy suppliers dedicated to creating and sustaining vibrantly competitive electricity and natural gas markets for the benefit of consumers, welcomes Source Power & Gas as its newest member.

“RESA is pleased to welcome Source Power & Gas to our group of innovative and forward-thinking energy suppliers who are dedicated to promoting and preserving the value of retail energy competition for electricity and natural gas customers across the United States,” said RESA President Darrin Pfannenstiel.

“Source Power & Gas is an independent retail energy provider, committed to free and open retail energy markets and to bringing the best value within those markets to our customers, employees, communities and shareholders,” said John Werner, President. “We are pleased to join RESA and support its efforts to promote competitive retail energy markets that provide value and innovative products and services to customers.”

Source Power & Gas is a Texas-based retail energy provider with retail operations in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Texas markets. The company provides competitive rates and exceptional customer service to residential and commercial and industrial clients. Source is wholly owned by ERM Power Limited (ASX: EPW), an Australian energy company with a track record of growth and success in electricity retailing.

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