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The Association for Demand Response & Smart Grid (ADS) has announced that Siemens, Constellation, Landis+Gyr and GE have become new members of the organization.

ADS is a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., that focuses on the development and exchange of information among policymakers, utilities, technology companies and other stakeholders.

Its members include companies and organizations involved in demand response (DR), as well as individuals who consider themselves to be DR and smart grid professionals.

"These four companies are helping to grow the new areas of demand response and smart grid, and now their membership in ADS will be helping to grow our organization," says Dan Delurey, executive director of ADS. "Their expertise will contribute greatly to ADS' informational and educational projects in the coming months.”

Other ADS group members include Ameren, American Public Power Association, Arizona Public Service, ComEd, Comverge, Con Edison, Conservation Services Group, Emerson Climate Technologies, ENBALA, Exelon, Freeman, Sullivan & Co., ISO New England, Joule Assets, MISO, National Grid, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Navigant Energy Practice, NYSERDA, On-Ramp Wireless, Opower, Pacific Gas & Electric, PECO, PJM Interconnection, Progress Energy, Reliant, Rodan Energy Solutions Inc., Salt River Project, San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, Southern Company and Tennessee Valley Authority.    



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