COLBY WELLS JOINS TPI BOARD OF DIRECTORS
North Little Rock’s Today’s Power, Inc. (TPI) recently appointed a new director, Colby Wells, to serve on its board of directors.
Colby Wells currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of South Central Arkansas Electric Cooperative and a current director for Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (AECI).
TPI’s ten-member board of directors named the new directors during their August board meeting.
“I want to express how thankful I am for Colby’s commitment to devoting his time and energy to helping TPI grow to one of the leading renewable energy providers in the mid-south. We are proud of this appointment,” said Michael W Henderson, President of TPI.
Colby Wells started his career at South Central, in January 2006, as an apprentice lineman. Colby completed the apprenticeship in 2009 and worked as a Journeyman Lineman until 2010. In 2010, Colby began working as a Journeyman Lineman and Substation Tech. Colby spent four years as a Lineman/Substation Tech, where he gained many certifications and knowledge of communication needs for an electric distribution utility to operate safely and efficiently. Colby was promoted to Operations Supervisor in 2014 and promoted again to Operations Manager in 2017. Colby’s last promotion in May of 2020, was to Chief Executive Officer, for both South Central Electric and subsidiary South Central Connect. Colby and wife Terri have one child. The three spend most free time horseback riding, duck hunting, or out on the lake.
TODAY’S POWER, INC.
Today’s Power, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (AECI), a Little Rock-based utility service cooperative owned by 17 Arkansas electric distribution cooperatives. Today’s Power, Inc. offers turn-key solar photovoltaic systems, energy storage systems, electric vehicles and charging stations for all sizes and applications.
TPI’s unique approach to in-depth analysis of utility rates and billing allows it to design renewable energy systems and manage that energy to maximize the benefits of solar and storage for not-for-profit as well as for-profit entities.