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Wireless Glue Networks Inc. reports that its Vertex automated demand response virtual end-node (VEN) solution has received OpenADR 2.0a certification from the OpenADR Alliance.

According to Wireless, OpenADR 2.0a supports the devices installed in commercial, industrial and residential environments to enable broad-based and automated participation in DR events.

The company says its Vertex solution, in combination with Wireless Glue's SmartEdge M2M on-premise software gateway, provides a combination of end-to-end control of HVAC, lighting and other devices with measurement and verification.

"We believe the key to wide-scale implementation of demand response and other energy management solutions is the combination of automated control of energy consumption and generation with the ability to measure and verify results," says Peter McCabe, CEO of Wireless Glue Networks. "Our end-to-end multi-protocol solution provides that unique capability for a growing market."


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