Todd Snitchler Offers Statement on Passing of U.S. Energy Association Leader
For Immediate Release
Contact: Christina Nyquist | firstname.lastname@example.org
Washington, D.C. – Todd Snitchler, president and CEO of the Electric Power Supply Association (EPSA) today offered the following statement honoring and mourning Barry Worthington, executive director of the U.S. Energy Association, who passed away Friday, August 14:
“We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our friend and respected energy leader Barry Worthington. Barry’s career speaks for itself, and his dedication to expanding energy access in the U.S. and around the globe has made a lasting positive impact for countless people.
At a dynamic and often divisive time in energy policy, Barry was a bridge-builder and united stakeholders to share expertise and find solutions—ultimately making the energy industry, our economy and our nation stronger. But what we will remember most is the personal legacy he leaves, demonstrating that it is not just the work we do but how we do it that matters most.
All of us at EPSA extend our sympathy to the USEA staff, Barry’s friends and his family.”
The Electric Power Supply Association (EPSA) is the national trade association representing America’s competitive power suppliers. EPSA members provide more than 150,000 MW of reliable and competitively priced electricity from environmentally responsible facilities using a diverse mix of fuels and technologies including natural gas, wind, solar, hydropower, geothermal, storage, biomass, and coal. EPSA seeks to bring the benefits of competition to all power customers. Learn more at www.epsa.org and connect with us on LinkedIn and Twitter @EPSANews.