BRIDGEWATER, N.J., May 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Energy Edge Solutions (OTCBB: EEDG) has joined forces with Vedero Software, a major provider of software and services to automate commercial buildings for energy responsiveness. The joint agreement makes Vedero’s industry leading services available to Energy Edge’s clients and opens the door for the potential introduction of EEDG’s services to Vedero’s customer base.
Vedero’s solutions are used by large commercial organizations to automate demand response events in conjunction with their energy provider. Backed by some of the industry’s most prestigious investors, Vedero Software has the financial strength to scale and thrive in the rapidly growing energy management market. www.vederosoft.com
Demand response programs are designed to enable end users to contribute to energy load reduction during times of peak demand. Demand response programs also offer financial incentives for enrolling and being positioned to shed electrical load when needed.
“Through Vedero Software’s cutting edge automation, our current and future customers can now have the ability to curtail their energy usage during times of peak demand which helps to ensure grid stability,” said Robert Holdsworth, President of Energy Edge. “Vedero’s solutions cost the customer nothing while garnering considerable financial incentives from utility companies which can add significantly to our customers’ bottom lines.”
About Energy Edge Solutions (OTCBB: EEDG)
EEDG provides turnkey energy efficiency projects that reduce a new or existing facility’s energy consumption, operating costs, and C02 emissions. The Energy Edge team is comprised of industry leading experts with over 250 years of combined industry experience. www.energyet.com
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