Tidewater Energy becomes RECORE
Published 10:26 pm Thursday, January 16, 2020
Tidewater Energy Services, a recognized leader in the emergency power generator services industry, recently announced the company’s complete rebranding in celebration of its 18th anniversary.
Tidewater Energy Services has excelled in providing turn-key emergency power solutions to county, city, state and private commercial facilities in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. This core business segment remains strong with tremendous growth prospects. In addition, the energy industry is rapidly changing to present tremendous opportunities.
The company is currently involved in solar farm development projects in the Midwest and utility asset management projects on the West Coast.
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“Our mission, from the start of TES, has always been to serve our customers by providing powerful, reliable energy solutions. We have built a management team that is focused on growing this concept into emerging energy-related and utility markets, as well as expanding across the United States,” said Steve Harmon, chief executive officer.
As a result of significant market research, TES has now become RECORE. “We are excited to launch this new brand into the national energy industry as part of the growth strategy for this business entity. RECORE gives us a name that will grow into a recognized leader in several market segments,” said Daryl Walls, vice president of business development.
One unique new area of focus for RECORE is in energy intelligence and resiliency through microgrid development and deployment. Another is providing complete turn-key engineering and asset management and deploying solutions. “The platforms and energy solutions we are developing, coupled with energy intelligence and management, we’re working toward redefining industry standards in asset management. This re-brand is essential to taking this message to the national marketplace,” said Jonathan Thompson, chief operations officer.
The decision to change brand names is often difficult and requires a special understanding of the past, present and future of the business segments within the marketplace. “Existing customers can expect to see the same premium products, service offerings and messaging, which will only be enhanced and expanded by RECORE’s growing national presence and partnerships in the energy industry,” said Jessica Parr, vice president of communications.
Visit www.recore.energy to learn more about the energy solutions and services offered.