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Comverge Inc., a provider of demand response and energy management solutions for residential and commercial/industrial customers, has hired Robert Warden as vice president of partners and alliances. In this role, Warden will help Comverge develop solutions to meet customers' diverse energy management needs.

Prior to joining Comverge, Warden served as vice president of energy strategy for a consumer-engagement software-as-a-service (SaaS) company. He also spent 20 years at Echelon Corp., focusing on networked solutions for energy efficiency and grid responsiveness.

"It is an exciting time in our industry, as demand-side energy management has never been more essential for utilities and grid operators," Warden says.


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