Press Release

APPI Energy Headquarters Relocated

December 3, 2014


Consulting firm relocates to renovated office space in Salisbury, Maryland.

Salisbury, Md., December 3, 2014—Independent consulting firm APPI Energy announced its relocation to 2013 Northwood Drive in Salisbury, Maryland. The firm’s 8,700-square-foot office space better equips APPI Energy to provide consulting services to more than 2,300 electricity and natural gas customers nationwide, as well as serve members of 140 trade associations and chambers of commerce that endorse the APPI Energy Powerful Solutions program.

Delmarva Veteran Builders, a commercial construction firm dedicated to providing employment to U.S. Armed Forces Veterans, completed a retrofit project for APPI Energy in 10 weeks, including demolition of 6,500 square feet and the combination of two existing spaces into one with a modified floor plan.

“With 39 fulltime employees, including management, consultants, marketing, operations, customer service, and information technology departments, our firm required a larger corporate space to accommodate our team and visitors,” said Walter Moore, President and CEO, a Salisbury native who founded APPI Energy in 1996. The new space includes offices for APPI Energy’s remote employees who are based in branch offices in California, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.

The new mailing address for the APPI Energy headquarters is 2013 Northwood Dr., Ste. One, Salisbury, MD 21801.

About APPI Energy

Founded in 1996, independent consulting firm APPI Energy reduces and manages electricity and natural gas costs for customers in every deregulated energy market in the U.S. More than 140 trade associations and chambers of commerce, including the American Society of Association Executives, endorse the APPI Energy Powerful Solutions consulting program. APPI Energy has vetted and approved 40 suppliers with low pricing and fair supply contracts to serve customers. In addition to procurement services, APPI Energy assists with reducing consumption, increasing efficiencies, participating in Demand Response, and energy management systems.