Industry and Energy Associates returns to its roots

South Portland, ME, Dec. 10, 2003 — Industry and Energy Associates (IEA) announced it will change its name from AEP Pro Serv back to IEA, which reflects a return to the company’s roots. IEA will continue to provide engineering, consulting and design of energy solutions for industrial and utility organizations requiring competitive energy strategies.

“IEA is looking forward to building on our track record of success as we implement new projects throughout the U.S.,” remarked IEA President Ken Rogers.

In other company news, President Rogers announced the following staff promotions: William K. Bell, P.E. has been promoted to Vice President, Technical Services; Steven E. Sanderson to Vice President, Finance & Administration; Richard P. Poulin to Vice President, Marketing & Business Development; Paula W. Pelzer, P.E. to Director of Engineering; William F. Crowell, P.E. to Director of Transmission & Distribution Engineering; and L. Keith Price, P.E. to Director of Applications.

Headquartered in South Portland, Maine, IEA has an office in Dallas, Texas, and has provided comprehensive management and engineering needs to clients since 1997. Partners in Eakin and Co., a Baton Rouge, Louisiana buyout firm, acquired a majority stake in the company. The group maintains holdings in industrial service companies.

For more information, call 207-541-5807 or visit the web site at IEAenergy.com.


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