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Retail Energy Supply Association Announces Addition of New Member Company First Point Power

(Harrisburg, PA) January 14, 2019 – The Retail Energy Supply Association (RESA), the nation’s leading trade association representing competitive retail energy suppliers, today announced the addition of First Point Power as the organization’s newest member. First Point Power, which is based in Warwick, Rhode Island, is a licensed energy supplier that provides electricity for residential and commercial consumers throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic.

“RESA is thrilled to welcome First Point Power to our organization,” said Matt White, RESA president. “We believe First Point will be a valuable partner in our mission to promote efficient, sustainable and consumer-oriented competitive retail energy markets.”

Established in 2010, First Point Power provides cost-competitive electricity solutions to its customers with a focus on ease of contracting, customer service and prudent risk management. Since its inception, First Point Power has grown to supply more than 1.5 billion kilowatt hours annually for its customers.

“First Point Power is very pleased to become a RESA member company,” said Peter Schieffelin, First Point Power Chief Executive Officer. “We see our partnership with RESA as an opportunity to help shape and further develop the competitive electric market in positive ways that ultimately benefit consumers across the country.”

First Point Power currently offers service in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maine, New Jersey, Maryland, and Connecticut. For more information, log on to


The Retail Energy Supply Association is a broad and diverse group of retail energy suppliers who share the common vision that competitive retail energy markets deliver a more efficient, customer-oriented outcome than a regulated utility structure. RESA is devoted to working with all stakeholders to promote vibrant and sustainable competitive retail energy markets for residential, commercial and industrial consumers.