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Excergy Corp., a consulting and systems integration company, says City of Fort Collins Utilities has selected the company to provide program management and technical consulting to complete the Advanced Meter Fort Collins project, located in the Colorado city.

Over the next year, the utility department will finish deploying advanced metering as well as start customer engagement with Web portal and demand-response technologies.

"The city as a whole is passionate about creating a vibrant, world-class community, and this project is a vital part of that vision," says Steve Catanach, light and power manager with Fort Collins Utilities. "Excergy has the personnel, skills, vision and client perspective to guide us in that planning and execution."

Excergy will bring to bear multiple skill sets of project management, change management, business process re-engineering, solution architecture, system engineering and test engineering for the project.



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