PPL Electric Utilities selects Comverge for demand response program

San Diego, February 1, 2011 — Comverge, Inc., a provider of intelligent energy management solutions, has been selected by PPL Electric Utilities to support its residential energy efficiency and conservation program.

Comverge will work with PPL Electric Utilities to address a portion of the demand response targets mandated by Pennsylvania Act 129 through May 2013 with the option for an additional five year contract renewal.

Pennsylvania Act 129 requires PPL Electric Utilities to reduce peak demand by 4.5 percent during the summer of 2012 and overall customer energy consumption by 3 percent by May 2013.

Based in Allentown, PA, PPL Electric Utilities provides electric delivery service to 1.4 million customers in 29 counties of eastern and central Pennsylvania.

To support the program with PPL Electric Utilities, Comverge will leverage the enterprise-class capabilities of its IntelliSOURCE Platform to manage the successful delivery of the company’s residential direct load control.

Under the agreement, Comverge will recruit, enroll and install 50,000 energy management devices that will be owned and managed by the Comverge IntelliSOURCE Platform.

Comverge has worked with PPL Electric Utilities since 2001, supporting the advanced metering initiatives of its largest commercial and industrial clients. The new contract builds on both that role and Comverge’s strong recent momentum in the state, which includes a recent 3-year agreement with PECO, one of Pennsylvania’s largest utilities, to provide a comprehensive program to support the PECO Smart Ideas initiative.

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