IEC has been certified to broker and aggregate natural gas and electric agreements by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, the Public Utilities Commission of Texas and is similarly licensed by the State Corporation Commission of Virginia, the Public Utilities Commission of Pennsylvania, and the Illinois Commerce Commission. A number of states have not deregulated their natural gas and/or electric markets and some do not require or
offer a certification process. IEC believes in going
the extra mile to provide assurance to our clients that we have passed the scrutiny of regulatory
bodies. Clients have peace-of-mind knowing that IEC has the experience, knowledge, management and technical skills
necessary to do your job right the first time.
IEC believes energy programs must work for all
stakeholders to be
successful. In addition to designing and administering successful
programs, we place great importance in facilitating the relationships
between suppliers, community leaders, customers, and regulators. At IEC
we pay attention to the small details and the big picture using
effective communication so there are no surprises for our clients.
IEC’s energy professionals constantly monitor and
track the energy markets. We are able to identify trends, historical
minimums, maximums, and market volatility. We are on top of regular
changes that impact energy aggregation. By staying at the forefront of
issues, we are able to provide beneficial input into the process and to
prevent problems before they occur.