Shopping Platform For Multifamily Properties, Tenants Seeks Texas Aggregator License
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SetMeUpEnergy Services, LLC d/b/a SetMeUpPower applied for a Texas electric aggregator certificate to serve residential, commercial, and industrial customers.
SetMeUpPower stated in its application that it would focus on residential multi-family tenants and their owners and operators for aggregation services
SetMeUpPower's current web address redirects to the site of SetMeUpRenters, which currently offers an insurance shopping platform for multifamily property tenants and owners
"Merging the agency / brokerage model together and providing multiple carrier quotes for everyday consumers, our primary goal is aimed at closing the current disconnect in the multifamily renter’s insurance market," SetMeUpRenters' website states
"By implementing artificial intelligence, leveraging technology, and partnering with multifamily communities, realtors, and apartment locators across the country, SetMeUpRenters connects the consumer to competitive insurance policies in a quick, efficient, and painless process in a digital environment," SetMeUpRenters' website states
Turner Massey serves as CEO of SetMeUpEnergy Services, LLC. Massey previously served as an associate for an independent retail energy broker, placing and executing electricity and natural gas contracts, negotiating supplier agreements, and executing future wholesale energy hedges for residential, commercial, and industrial clients in multiple industries.