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Mint Energy Announces New Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Mint Energy, one of the nation’s fastest-growing retail electric providers, has appointeda new Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

BURLINGTON, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Mint Energy, one of the nation’s fastest-growing retail electric providers, has appointed Peter A. Duprey as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Mr. Duprey will focus on further expanding Mint Energy’s customer base through improved acquisition and retention, continued product development, and greater client engagement via data, efficiency, and technology solutions tailored to individual customers. He will report directly to David Reinfeld, Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Duprey brings a wealth of industry knowledge and many years of experience in the commodity markets. In addition to his customer-facing experience, he has held positions in supply management, risk analysis, and trading. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College and MIT’s Sloan School of Management. “I am thrilled to join Mint Energy,” said Duprey. “Here we have processes, systems, and most importantly, people, that are incredibly responsive to customers’ critical timing needs, as well as the pricing acumen to provide them great underlying value.”

“Peter is a tremendous addition to our team and the timing could not be better. Mint Energy is in the midst of expanding its products, footprint, and sales channels,” commented David Reinfeld, CEO. “Add it all up and we are extremely well positioned to delight more and more customers.”

Mint Energy ( is a retail electric supplier that brings an innovative approach to customers’ energy needs. The company’s focus is to provide responsive and competitive energy solutions for commercial and industrial customers. Mint Energy currently serves Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island, with additional states coming soon.

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Mint Energy
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