Dominion, Lockheed Martin release energy efficiency solution

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Richmond, Va., January 25, 2012 – Dominion and Lockheed Martin announced the availability of the EDGE Grid Side Efficiency solution for utilities. EDGE is the first of several smart grid applications to be delivered through a joint marketing and development alliance between the two companies.

EDGE is a modular and adaptive conservation voltage management solution enabling utilities to deploy incremental grid-side energy management that requires no behavioral changes or purchases by end customers. The EDGE product suite provides sustainable energy savings through integrated planning, execution and validation of grid side energy efficiency management. 

Under the terms of the agreement, Dominion and Lockheed Martin will provide EDGE integration, software support and maintenance services to sales channel partners, as well as end use utility customers. In addition to Lockheed Martin, EDGE sales channels include Bridge Energy Group, Elster, Landis+Gyr, and Silver Spring Networks.

Lockheed Martin and Dominion are demonstrating EDGE in booth #217 at the DistribuTECH industry conference that runs until Jan. 26 in San Antonio, Texas.

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