CMC Energy Services Names Tina Bennett President and CEO
CMC Energy Services has selected Tina Bennett as the new President and CEO. A seasoned and universally respected energy industry executive, Bennett will assume leadership of the nationally recognized woman-owned energy efficiency services company effective May 1.
Bennett has more than 30 years of experience in the energy industry, including a stint as president and COO of Conservation Services Group (CSG), which was acquired by CLEAResult in 2016. She presided over CSG during a time of rapid growth, and was responsible for building the team’s internal capability to support innovation, growth and improved service delivery.
In addition to her presidency at CSG, Bennett has held senior roles at Daymark Energy Advisors, International Power, PG&E National Energy Group, Energy Vision and New England Electric System (National Grid).
Bennett serves on the boards of the Northeast Energy Commerce Association, the Northeast Clean Energy Council and PowerOptions. She holds a master’s degree from Northeastern University and a bachelor’s degree in economics and finance from Bentley College
“We are thrilled to bring Tina’s proven record of growing businesses, strategic decision-making and her ability to build effective teams to the CMC family,” said Mimi Iklé-Khalsa, chair of CMC’s Board of Directors. “Equally important, she is someone who embraces CMC’s culture of respecting our clients and each other, and shares our commitment to providing exceptional quality services.”
“I am really excited to join CMC at this critical time in the energy efficiency services industry as utilities and customers look to us for more innovative ways to help people save energy and make the environment better,” Bennett said. “I’m looking forward to working with this talented leadership team to maintain CMC’s standing as a leader in the energy efficiency industry that delivers innovative, customer-centric and high-performing programs.”
About CMC Energy Services
CMC Energy Services is a certified women-owned business (WBENC) that supports more than 30 utility energy efficiency programs, representing residential, low-income, multifamily and commercial markets. To date, CMC has worked closely with major utilities and government agencies across America to provide energy audits to more than 500,000 residences and 50,000 commercial buildings and employs more than 250 people administering energy efficiency programs in 10 states. CMC Energy Services’ mission is to promote energy efficiency nationwide. Its programs provide broad economic, energy, environmental, public health and employment benefits on a national level. It is our goal to see regulators, energy providers, and companies such as ours work together to deliver these results. Most recently, CMC was named one of the Top Workplaces in the Delaware Valley for 2019 by the Philadelphia Inquirer.
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