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REGEN Energy, a provider of demand management and demand response solutions, has appointed Paul Tyno its director of utility markets. Tyno has 10 years of experience in the energy arena.

He spent over six years as the executive vice president of market development for a leading curtailment provider, where he was responsible for the implementation of the company's demand response curriculum. His most recent role was as senior director of Viridity Energy, a provider of customized energy efficiency solutions. In addition to serving as board chairman for the Peak Load Management Alliance, Tyno is an active industry spokesperson and has addressed numerous groups regarding demand response issues.

"REGEN will benefit greatly from Mr. Tyno's vast experience with demand response programs and demand side management solutions," says Tim Angus, president and CEO of REGEN Energy. "His expertise and existing relationships with utilities will help us bring REGEN's Swarm Energy Management platform to a wider audience."




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