David C. Wiers


David c. wiers, president and founder of Satori energy

About David

David C. Wiers has almost 20 years of experience in creating and delivering innovative solutions in the energy industry. Mr. Wiers has participated in deregulated markets from their inception and has shared his expertise at numerous conferences and forums, advocating electricity deregulation and representing third-party aggregator, broker, and consultant (ABC) channels. Wiers founded Satori Energy in 2003, which has now served over 50,000 accounts and has secured more than $140 Million in energy savings for its clients. In late 2011, Mr. Wiers assisted in the due diligence and purchase of Select Energy Partners (SEP). Mr. Wiers has led the strategic vision of the firm as Satori has continued its pattern of targeted growth through the acquisitions of Public Utility Brokers (September 2014), GOBY LLC's procurement business (December 2014), Velocity Energy Group (January 2015), EnergyNext, Inc. (April 2015), WTX Power (August 2015), and InSource Power (October 2015). Satori evolved to new heights and was recognized as a leader in the deregulated energy industry by the two most highly regarded independent surveys. Satori was awarded “Broker of the Year” by The Electricity Professionals Association in 2015 & 2017 and was ranked #1 in overall supplier satisfaction by Energy Research Consulting Group in 2015, 2016, & 2017.  Satori has continued to innovate in the energy industry and acquired Best Power Choice and Energy Choices in 2017.


Mr. Wiers launched his professional career as a consultant for Andersen Consulting. Shortly after the retail electricity market deregulated in Texas, Wiers became Vice President and a minority partner in Dallas-based Power Brokers LP, where he helped create a full-service electricity brokering firm. Mr. Wiers helped to pioneer third party ABC channels in deregulated electricity markets – he is a founding member and Past-President of The Electricity Professionals Association of Texas (TEPA) a non-profit organization he lead from 2005-2007. TEPA’s mission statement and goals are aimed at upholding the integrity and maintaining honor in the deregulated electricity business. In 2007, Mr. Wiers founded the Illinois Energy Professionals Association (ILEPA), a non-profit organization similar to the Texas organization and continues to lead ILEPA’s strategic initiatives to this day.

Mr. Wiers is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Carthage College, where he earned a B.A. in Business Administration and Marketing with an emphasis in Economics in 1998. He is former board member of the Young Executives Club of Chicago, past President of the Carthage College Alumni Association, is a Board member of TEPA and also serves on the Carthage College Board of Trustees.