Comverge to demonstrate demand management at DistribuTECH

Comverge Inc., the leading provider of demand management solutions for electric utilities, today announced details of its presence at DistribuTECH 2015. Comverge employees and utility clients will participate in a range of sessions on important demand management topics.

In addition, Comverge will exhibit at booth #2222 at DistribuTECH, where visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about Comverge’s integrated demand response, energy efficiency and customer engagement solutions.

DistribuTECH 2015 will take place at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA from February 3-5, 2015.

Comverge clients Duke Energy and Fort Collins Utilities will share insights on demand response best practices at DistribuTECH, the largest U.S. conference for the utility industry. In its first session, Duke Energy will discuss how it uses demand response and energy efficiency to engage customers, improve operations and reduce energy and demand. In another session, Fort Collins Utilities will detail the different types of successful residential demand response programs that utilities can deploy to meet their demand management objectives.

At DistribuTECH, Comverge will deliver thought leadership on deploying successful demand management programs. Robert Duval, Comverge’s senior director of program administration, will moderate a session on utilities using demand response and energy efficiency to engage customers, improve operations and reduce energy and demand.

Curt Dennis, Comverge’s director of hardware engineering, will participate in a panel session that will focus on how leading manufacturers and utilities are developing and deploying consumer products that are demand response-ready using the CEA-2045 modular communication interface.

At booth #2222 at DistribuTECH, Comverge will showcase its industry-leading demand management solutions, including:

·      Comverge IntelliSOURCE, which has new capabilities for cybersecurity, energy efficiency, customer engagement and demand optimization

·      Wi-Fi thermostats and two-way load control switches that enable rapid information exchange between utilities and their customers

·      Optimized forecasting, targeted dispatch, and third-party partnerships that allow Bring Your Own Device programs to deliver real capacity savings

DistribuTECH is the largest U.S. event that covers the utility industry from end-to-end with 10,000 attendees and more than 480 exhibitors.

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