Renee Pegeron

Director of Customer Operations
Renee Pegeron’s energy industry experience spans 25 years, with expertise in power and gas billing and commercial operations, process excellence and accounting. In her current role at Approved Energy, Renee is responsible for all customer operations, including CIS (customer information systems), enrollments, billing, credit/collections and customer service. She supervises staff in both the Brooklyn, NY and Warren, NJ offices, as well as vendors across the country. Renee’s skills extend to employee development, systems and M&A integration and process improvement. Renee is a Six Sigma Green Belt and a certified Lean Practitioner. Prior to joining Approved Energy in 2022, Renee held management positions at industry-leading firms including NRG, Direct Energy and Hess Corporation.

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Professional Skills

Wind Turbines
68 %
Solar Panels
85 %
Hybrid Energy
25 %

Personal Experience

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Honors & Awards

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