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Energy Manager Software Provides Visibility, Analysis, Control of Energy Endpoints

GridPoint, Inc. has released Energy Manager, a unified platform delivering enterprise and utility energy management. The software-based solution complements existing hardware and service offerings to manage the deployment and operation of energy endpoints, such as building management systems, solar arrays, electric vehicle and home energy management technologies.

"The integration of software, hardware and services is critical to the success of a customer's energy management strategy. GridPoint Energy Manager is designed to be the central nervous system of enterprise and utility energy management programs, delivering a new level of insight into a customer's energy and efficiency efforts," said John Spirtos, chief executive officer of GridPoint. "Through a single dashboard, a wide variety of customers can immediately impact energy cost saving issues with the ability to integrate, aggregate and manage energy endpoint information."

The comprehensive suite of products and services provides customers visibility into, and analysis of, energy information, seamlessly integrating and enabling control of critical energy endpoints. With this insight, customers can intelligently develop and execute long-term energy strategies that result in significant energy and operational savings.

After six months of demonstrating the real-time value of GridPoint Energy Manager's key features and performance capabilities with numerous beta customers – including Siemens Metering Services - GridPoint has begun to rollout the new cloud-based software platform to more than 7,000 existing sites under management.

The GridPoint Energy Manager is designed to respond to industry-specific needs with dynamic energy diagnostic tools, control algorithms and comprehensive analytics, giving energy management stakeholders the ability to design and engineer intelligent energy management programs.

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