Aspen Energy Corporation to Retain Columbus Region Headquarters, Expand to Larger Facility

January 26, 2015

Columbus, OH – Aspen Energy Corporation, one of the oldest and largest energy consultation firms in the nation, has announced it will retain and expand its Columbus Region headquarters by investing $1.7 million to purchase a larger facility. In addition to retaining 40 existing jobs, the company’s investment includes the addition of 45 new jobs over the next three years.

“Because we’ve grown our business in the Columbus Region, we are well aware of the area’s access to a key workforce, its strategic location and also the low cost of doing business,” said Jonathan Peele, president, Aspen Energy Corporation. “As we eyed expansion to accommodate the company’s growth, staying local was an easy decision.”

The company will move from its current location on Dublin Road in Shawnee Hills to a larger, yet-to-be determined site in Dublin later this year. Hiring for the new jobs, which will include back-office and sales positions, will begin in mid 2015.

“Aspen Energy Corporation has proven its commitment to the Columbus Region by investing in a longterm facility solution to meet its expansion needs,” said Colleen Gilger, economic development director, City of Dublin. “We congratulate the company on its growth, and we are excited to welcome them to Dublin.”


About Aspen Energy Corporation
Aspen Energy Corporation is one of the oldest and largest energy consultation firms in the nation, representing more than 16 of the most reputable energy suppliers in North America. The company has accumulated a client base of more than 14,000 commercial and industrial clients since 2000, helping them to save an average of 20 percent on their energy bills. For more information, visit

About Columbus 2020
In 2010, hundreds of community and business leaders from across Central Ohio came together in an unprecedented way to develop the Columbus 2020 Regional Growth Strategy, an aggressive, decade- long plan to ensure economic vitality in the Columbus Region. Columbus 2020’s mission is to generate opportunity and build capacity for economic growth across the 11-county Columbus Region. The Columbus 2020 team conducts business outreach to economic base companies, promotes the Columbus Region to market-leading companies around the world, conducts customized research to better understand the Columbus Region’s competitiveness, and works to leverage public, private and institutional partnerships. Learn more at

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