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Seth Frader-Thompson joins SEPA Board

Laura Kier

November 18, 2015

Seth Frader-Thompson

EnergyHub’s President and Co-Founder, Seth Frader-Thompson, has joined the Board of Directors of the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA), effective November 10. On that date, SEPA announced that it had joined forces with the Association for Demand Response and Smart Grid (ADS), with the two organizations moving forward as one organization under the SEPA banner. Before the two organizations combined, Seth spent two years as a member of the ADS Board of Directors.

The work of the combined organization will reflect SEPA’s recently expanded mission, which has grown from a focus on utility integration of large-scale and distributed solar to include a broader range of distributed energy resources (DERs). The new SEPA organization will undergo a name change and rebranding in 2016 related to this expanded scope.

As a member of the SEPA Board, Seth will play a critical role in conversations around the future of demand response, smart grid, and solar power. Seth will use EnergyHub’s unique vantage point at the intersection of utilities, service providers, connected-device vendors, and consumers to help the utility industry evolve at a time when customers have an ever expanding number of options for managing energy through DERs.

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