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Premier Alliance Group Inc., a cybersecurity, energy and business advisory solutions company, has signed an agreement with Power Generation Services Inc. (PoGens) to offer fully integrated solutions to clients who want to monetize backup power generation assets by participating in independent system operator-sponsored demand response programs.

Under terms of the agreement, Premier Alliance says it will deliver tailored backup power utilization programs, based on PoGens' asset maintenance, management, response and proprietary software platforms. PoGens is a turnkey provider of managed energy services for distributed generation and distributed energy resources to commercial customers in North America.

"This agreement provides a tremendous opportunity for Premier Alliance to serve a critical customer base in the energy sector," says Premier Alliance CEO Kent Anson.


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