Tina Bennett Named President of Conservation Services Group

National energy services firm Conservation Services Group (CSG) has named Tina M. Bennett president. Bennett will run CSG's day-to-day operations and oversee the company's executive committee. She will also serve as an "ex officio" member of CSG’s board of directors.

Westborough, Mass.—National energy services firm Conservation Services Group (CSG) has named Tina M. Bennett president. Bennett will run CSG’s day-to-day operations and oversee the company’s executive committee. She will also serve as an “ex officio” member of CSG’s board of directors.

Bennett brings more than 20 years of experience with energy and utility firms to CSG. Prior to joining the company, Bennett served as vice president of asset management and information technology at International Power (IP) of Marlborough, Mass., responsible for the strategic oversight of joint venture power generation investments. While in this position, Bennett oversaw the expansion of Puerto Rico’s only liquid natural gas terminal and spearheaded new business exploration efforts. These efforts included a five-megawatt (MW) solar project and the evaluation of several wind developments on the island. She was also integral in the $148 million sale of a 318 MW gas- and oil-fired generation facility in Hartwell, Ga. In addition, Bennett  delivered the transformation and realignment of the company’s information technology infrastructure.

Before joining IP, Bennett held various director-level positions in trading, supply and risk management at PG&E National Energy Group, in Bethesda, Md. and at EnergyVision LLC, in Burlington, Mass. Bennett began her career at New England Electric System (now National Grid) where she spent seven years as a rate analyst and fuel marketer. Bennett is a member of the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association.