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Norcross, Ga.-based Comverge Inc. has announced that it was awarded a contract through Dec. 31, 2014, to continue to help commercial and industrial (C&I) energy users participate in Pacific Gas & Electric Co.'s (PG&E) demand response programs. The company says its team of energy engineers provides a holistic assessment of a customer's energy assets and facility management.

PG&E administers the programs, which are funded by California utility customers under the guidance of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The Comverge contract to provide C&I demand response and energy efficiency services in Northern California has received CPUC approval.

"The new contract builds on our extensive experience partnering with C&I energy users to help them successfully participate in PG&E demand response programs," says Steve Moffitt, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Comverge. "The PG&E programs are designed to be both fiscally and environmentally responsible ways to respond to occasional and temporary peak demand periods. We look forward to continuing to help our existing and future customers from a range of industries develop customized strategies to maximize their program participation."






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