Press Release

Pennsylvania Rural Water Association Endorses APPI Energy

August 13, 2018

Alex Paciga
Communication Specialist
APPI Energy


Salisbury, MD, August 13, 2018 - The Pennsylvania Rural Water Association announced their endorsement of consulting firm APPI Energy to provide electricity and natural gas cost management and reduction.  With APPI Energy’s member benefit, PRWA members will receive expert recommendations, cost reduction opportunities, and budget certainty through competitive procurement and fixed, all-inclusive energy contracts.

“Every day, APPI Energy reviews the wide range of energy supplier prices across the country, and utilizes that data to lower operating expenses for our clients,” said Walter Moore, President and CEO of APPI Energy. “Recommendations to PRWA members regarding when to buy energy, and which contract length is best, are based on extensive data analytics and over 22 years of transaction experience,” said Moore.

“With APPI Energy’s program, our members have access to energy expertise, dedicated customer service, and importantly, cost reduction opportunities,” said Bob Blough, President of PRWA. “I believe our members will find this member benefit program both efficient and valuable.”

About APPI Energy
Founded in 1996, APPI Energy provides data-driven procurement solutions to commercial, industrial, and nonprofit customers in every deregulated energy market in the U.S. APPI Energy delivers superior consulting, coordination of energy management strategies, and world-class customer service. The firm reduces and manages electricity and natural gas costs for members of 155 affinity groups.

About PRWA
Since 1988, the Pennsylvania Rural Water Association has worked cooperatively within their industry, supporting not only their own members, but all water and wastewater utilities throughout the Commonwealth.  As the voice of Pennsylvania's rural water and wastewater utilities, PRWA represents the collective interests of its membership to various state and national government agencies. Find out more at