PORTLAND, ME – May 6, 2016 – Competitive Energy Services, a strategic energy advisory firm with offices in Portland and Boston, would like to announce three promotions:
Michelle Tham has been promoted to Director of Analytics. Ms. Tham joined CES in 2007 as an analyst and has grown her expertise in commodity markets, regulatory issues, renewable energy, tariff and contract negotiations, and facility operations. She heads the Analytical Department and is integral in client management. Ms. Tham holds a BA in Environmental Engineering and Political Science from Rice University and a JD from Washington University in St. Louis.
Greg Smith has been promoted to Senior Energy Analyst. Mr. Smith joined CES in 2012 after receiving his undergraduate degree in Finance from the University of Maine. Now with more than 3 years in the Analytical Department, his primary responsibilities include risk management, capital project evaluations, and energy market and policy research.
Matt Gamache has been promoted to Energy and Renewables Analyst. Mr. Gamache joined CES as an Energy Analyst in 2014. His responsibilities include energy budgeting, greenhouse gas emissions tracking, financial and project impact analysis, climate action plan development, and RFP administration. He holds an undergraduate degree in Government and Environmental Studies from Bowdoin College.
About Competitive Energy Services
CES provides energy consulting services to commercial, industrial, governmental and institutional customers throughout the United States and Canada. CES manages energy procurement activities on behalf of clients for electricity, natural gas, oil, propane and biomass. CES advises clients on sustainability issues such as: greenhouse gas accounting and management; climate action planning; renewable energy procurement; energy efficiency evaluations; carbon offset procurement; and, onsite heat and power due diligence.
You can find out more from the website: competitive-energy.com
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