New Retail Provider Led By Market Vets Receives Texas REP Certificate
July 20, 2021 Email This Story Copyright 2010-21 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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The Public Utility Commission of Texas granted Branch Energy Holdings Inc. an Option 1 Texas retail electric provider certificate
As first reported by EnergyChoiceMatters.com, Alexander Ince-Cushman serves as CEO of Branch Energy Holdings. Ince-Cushman previously served as Chief Technology Officer at Just Energy, and was previously an executive at a software company that builds enterprise data platforms for use by organizations with complex and sensitive data environments
Daniel MacDonald serves as President of Branch Energy Holdings. MacDonald previously served in several roles at Just Energy, including President - Products & Services. MacDonald was also a founder of Home Water
Todd Burgess serves as Chief Technology Officer of Branch Energy Holdings. Burgess previously held several positions at Just Energy, including Vice President. Burgess also previously served as COO of Home Water
Ince-Cushman, MacDonald, and Burgess are co-founders of Branch Energy Holdings
Branch Energy Holdings received authorization to use the trade names Branch Energy Technologies Inc and Branch Energy
Branch Energy Holdings received authority for the option of collecting deposits or advance payments from customers
Branch Energy's website indicates that it will focus on selling green energy.
Branch Energy on its website describes itself thusly: "green energy, made simple, for less."
Branch Energy further states on its website: "Branch Energy is a collection of software and energy nerds who set out to help accelerate the transition to a clean energy future. We figured we could have a big impact if we made it super easy for people to save money on their energy bills while also shifting them to 100% green energy. Basically, let's make the 'right thing' the 'easy thing'."