NTE Energy marks 10th anniversary


Company unveils new logo in conjunction with celebration

NTE Energy marked its 10th anniversary April 22 with a celebratory dinner and the debut of a new logo.

Held at The Treasury on the Plaza in St. Augustine, the celebration featured cocktails, dinner, entertainment and the presentation of the new logo as the company expands its presence and impact as an independent power producer.

“NTE has come a long way since we began in 2009,” said founder and CEO Seth Shortlidge, noting that the company began in a small office on Anastasia Island furnished with a desk bought at Goodwill. “As we mark our 10th anniversary, we thought this was the time to update our brand identity with a bright, modern logo that reflects how NTE’s natural gas and solar power offerings complement one another, contributing to a cleaner, greener environment.”

Marking 10 years

With offices in Boston and Charlotte and headquarters in St. Augustine, NTE Energy develops strategically located electric generation facilities within North America. 

According to a press release from the firm, NTE celebrates its 10th anniversary coming off a year that saw the company open two natural gas-fired power plants — Middletown (Ohio) Energy Center and Kings Mountain (North Carolina) Energy Center — and increase its customer base, particularly in the Carolinas, where NTE recently opened a Charlotte office.   

NTE currently has two additional electric generating projects underway — the Reidsville (North Carolina) Energy Center and the Killingly (Connecticut) Energy Center — with several other projects in various stages of development, including the Fayetteville Solar Energy Center. The company has ranked on INC’s list of fastest-growing private companies for four consecutive years. 

“NTE has been transforming the energy industry for the past 10 years,” Shortlidge told attendees, raising a glass of champagne in a celebratory toast. “We thank you for your support and look forward to building on our achievements in the decade to come.”

For information, go to www.nteenergy.com.


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