Acclaim Energy Appoints New Country Manager for Mexico

1月 3, 2019

January 03, 2019 – Strategic Energy Management Company Acclaim Energy has appointed Maria Jose Trevino as Country Manager for Mexico. In this new role, Trevino will oversee finance, sales, marketing, customer service, and product management. Most recently, she served as the head of business development for the organization, overseeing client and business services across the country. Trevino is a well-known figure in the industry and her expertise spans energy consulting, strategic planning, sustainability, and regulatory affairs.

Commenting on her new role, Trevino said, “The expertise, investment, and talent Acclaim Energy has brought to the Mexico market is awe-inspiring. I am thrilled to be leading the team that is pioneering comprehensive energy management in Mexico’s deregulated market. In particular, I am looking forward to growing the operation in Mexico as more industrial and commercial businesses see the benefit of working with this dynamic world-class organization.”

John Elder III, Acclaim Energy Chief Executive Officer, said: “Trevino is an impressive business leader. She is innovative, knowledgeable and customer focused. Her deep energy industry experience and strategic approach to managing energy have had a profound impact on our rapid commercial success and I am excited to see what she does in driving our future growth.”

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Acclaim Energy is a Mexico-based independent, unbiased customer advocate that helps businesses across Mexico and North America minimize total energy costs and unlock value through a proven integrated energy management approach. Acclaim Energy’s suite of services includes strategic energy procurement, energy risk management, demand response, distributed generation and energy analytics. Acclaim Energy manages a customer portfolio with a total electricity and natural gas spend in excess of $1.5 billion, more than 30,000 meters and with an annual aggregate flow of more than 4.7 million MWh/year for electricity and 4.4 million Dt/year for natural gas.