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The Association for Demand Response and Smart Grid (ADS), a nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., has elected several individuals to its board of directors.

The new directors include Steve Cowell (Conservation Services Group), Gary Fromer (Constellation), Christopher Gillman (Duke Energy), Mike Hyland (American Public Power Association), Frank Lacey (Comverge) and Jay Shaver (GE).

The new directors in 2013 will join existing directors of ADS: Susan Covino (PJM), Dan Delurey (ADS), Ron Dizy (ENBALA), Jeremy Donnell (Pacific Gas and Electric), Steve George (Freeman, Sullivan & Co.), Chris King (eMeter), Butch Massey (Tennessee Valley Authority), Paul Miles (PECO), Larry Oliva (Southern California Edison), Tim Roughan (National Grid), Colin Smart (ConEdison) and Dan Violette (Navigant Energy Practice).



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