Acclaim Energy Appoints Jed Beck VP of Accounting

February 2, 2021

(Houston, Texas) Acclaim Energy Ltd., a leading provider of Energy as a Service announced the appointment of Edwin “Jed “Beck as vice president of accounting. As Acclaim Energy scales its operations to support growing deployment of its services internationally, Beck will head the global accounting and reporting functions. Beck brings more than 30 years of managing corporate and operational finance departments and has extensive experience helping businesses manage complex, cross-functional teams, Jed most recently served as vice president for Calpine Corporation.

“Jed possesses a profound understanding of energy and has experience in leading organizational change, as well as building world class financial organizations. With deep functional expertise and technical knowledge in all aspects of corporate finance, financial planning and accounting, I believe he has the perfect experience, and leadership capabilities to strategically manage our accounting teams during this period of growth,” said John D. Elder III, founder and CEO of Acclaim Energy.

“Acclaim is building out an expanding enterprise with new strategic partners, enhanced technology and market growth. The continued transformation of our company and our sustainability as a market leader is my number one priority,” said Beck.

About Acclaim Energy

Acclaim Energy is an independent, unbiased customer advocate with offices in Mexico and the United States, serving businesses across North America. We are committed to helping companies apply a holistic approach to strategic energy management, so they can uncover hidden value and enjoy sustainable growth. Acclaim’s suite of services includes energy procurement (electricity and natural gas), energy risk management, distributed generation, ESG, and energy analytics. Acclaim has a 97% client retention rate, manages a client portfolio of more than 500 clients, 30,000+ meters, total electricity, and natural gas spend of $2.5+ billion, and over $700 million in savings.