Energy information specialist Leonardo Cutone joins Genergy to head sales and marketing

NEW YORK, June 5, 2002 — Leonardo Cutone, former president and co-founder of Circadian Information Systems, Inc., has joined Genergy Inc. as Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

The position is a new one at the firm, and was created to “drive the features development and marketing of the firm’s flagship service, gEnergyOneà¢â€ž-,” says Dario Gristina, Chairman and CEO, who made the announcement. “Leo’s proven track record of helping clients reduce costs is a welcome asset and he is the ideal individual to spearhead further growth of the cost-saving capabilities of gEnergyOneà¢â€ž-. Cutone will also oversee all sales and marketing operations for the firm, which has experienced a 50% Growth rate in the past three years. Genergy is the Nation’s leading energy information provider.

“I am excited to be working with a full team of dedicated employees and helping our clients manage their consumption and reduce costs with our gEnergyOneà¢â€ž- solution,” adds Cutone. gEnergyOneà¢â€ž- is an energy management and information solution that delivers real-time energy information over the Internet and includes a unique blend of field services and technology capable of assisting clients with energy purchasing, energy distribution, grid management, revenue generation, cost analysis, budgeting and forecasting and energy savings and efficiency.

Cutone brings more than a decade of experience in developing energy information software products to his position. His energy information system solutions have been installed in the Nations leading medical centers, universities, manufacturing plants and commercial office buildings. Major utility companies have used his solutions to monitor end user energy consumption for analysis and billing purposes. A well-known speaker, he has appeared as a panelist at such industry events as the World Energy Engineering Congress, Earth Day New York and the New York Energy Buyers’ Forum. Leo has a degree in electrical engineering from Boston University.

Since its inception in the mid-1980’s as a niche engineering consulting firm, Genergy evolved into a full-service energy management and information services entity offering property owners and managers a comprehensive package of services critical to managing energy operations profitably and efficiently. Genergy services more than 40 million square feet of commercial real estate for such clients as Atco Properties, S.L. Green, Grubb & Ellis, the MTA, Trinity Real Estate, TrizecHahn Office Properties and the Vornado Realty Trust.

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