Seven States Power to become independent energy solutions company

Seven States Power Corporation, a Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council member, is launching as an independent energy solutions company after a key vote from the organization’s board of directors last month. This transition will allow the organization to focus on helping members meet their renewable energy product and service goals. TAEBC congratulates Seven States Power on this development.

According to Seven States Power’s announcement, this move follows three years of more demand from the Tennessee Valley’s local power companies (LPCs) for project management services. Now, the organization will operate as a self-reliant business and “grow its services and compete for larger projects for the benefit of its member-owners, the 153 electric power distributors in the Tennessee Valley.”

“Our industry has changed dramatically in recent years and with even more change on the horizon, this is the right time for Seven States Power to pursue an independent, mission-focused path with a dedicated, full-time team,” said Jeff Dykes, chairman of the Seven States Power board. “Now, more than ever, we need the resources of Seven States Power to design, develop and deploy distributed energy products that enable our members to meet the needs of their consumers in an evolving energy marketplace.”

Moving forward, Betsey Kirk McCall will serve as President and Chief Executive Officer. In April, Steve Noe will become Vice President of Sustainability & Energy Resilience and Clint Wilson will serve as the Senior Vice President of Engineering & Market Innovation. In the near future, Seven States Power will add a vice president of partnerships and project development to round out its four-person team.

“I am humbled by the opportunity to lead Seven States and this talented team of experts. Working collaboratively with our members, vendors and partners we can broaden our impact and accelerate the adoption of new technologies in the Tennessee Valley such that the benefits can be realized at a faster rate,” said McCall.  “We are grateful for the opportunity to expand our reach and deliver the power of possibilities for a brighter tomorrow.”

Seven States Power is a valued sponsor of the 2021 TAEBC Annual Meeting, held virtually on Thursday, March 25, 2021 from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. ET. Register here to attend!

Learn more about Seven States Power’s announcement here or meet the team here.