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Timing is Everything…

When it comes to paying for electricity, timing is everything. The energy you are paying for by the minute gets very expensive when all the appliances and equipment in your building operate simultaneously … driving costly Peak Demand events that are reflected in every electric bill.

Until now, enterprises have been forced to make difficult choices to control these costs: pay the premium, curtail equipment usage, or endure the protracted shutdowns of Demand Response programs.

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Using proven algorithms — like the ones used to manage the millions of texts, calls and transactions executed every second by the mobile phone industry, eCurv’s patented Queued Power Access (QPAC®️) system delivers measurable reductions in peak demand charges.

The QPAC cloud-based network instantly governs the connection time of a wide range of electrical loads, including commercial HVAC systems, industrial refrigeration, electric heating, battery charging stations for EVs, and industrial pumping.

The direct result: immediate electric utility bill cost reductions. QPAC is so effective that you aren’t even aware that it is working in the background. Beyond direct cost savings for the one commodity we rely every day — electricity — QPAC delivers actionable intelligence into the operations and efficiency of each device connected to our network.

Technology Spotlight: Demand Management Demystified with Edison Almeida

The Problem

The volume of electricity needed at any moment in time is at best unpredictable.

Utilities must maintain expensive generating reserves as a hedge against the worst-case scenario when every appliance, air conditioner or other device cycles on.

The cost of being ready to deal with random "peak demand" events is passed directly to you in the form of “demand charges”.

These tariffs can account for over 40% of your bill.


The Solution

A digital network that seamlessly applies patented queuing algorithms to optimize the runtime of appliances like HVAC systems, pumps, motors, battery chargers, heating and refrigeration equipment.

Secure real-time fractional regulation down to the millisecond virtually eliminates the root cause of peak demand.

QPAC is delivered as a fully integrated solution or overlaid with existing building automation and energy efficiency systems.


The Results

Unlike energy management solutions that tell you the best time to turn off the lights, QPAC is a software service that automatically delivers real savings without user interaction.

While we have focused on a material reduction in peak demand, QPAC also reduces the total energy consumed each month.

eCurv's services will not disrupt business operations, cause discomfort for patrons, or require expensive modifications to existing building management infrastructure.


The Problem

The primary mission of the electric utility industry is to provide reliable power for the lowest possible cost. But, during peak congestion periods — like those that occur during the hottest days of summer, the grid cannot keep up with demand.

With increasing regularity, demand peaks strain generating capacity and overburden antiquated network management systems. The net result: high-cost reactive maintenance, frequent brown-outs, and power outages.

Why does this happen? Because everyone is asking to use the maximum amount of power available at virtually the same moment in time. In response, the Utilities have been forced to ask you — their customers — to constrain your use of electricity. In other words, turn things off. They will even pay you for the privilege of dimming your lights or allowing the temperature to rise.

By breaking down the month into 2880 fifteen-minute intervals, electric Utilities monitor and calculate the highest average volume of Kilowatts required by each customer to operate everything from computers to lighting to air conditioning systems.

The highest interval measured in a month is factored into each customers demand charge, which can range from $1 to $45 per kilowatt per month. In some markets, over 40% of a commercial/industrial customer's monthly electricity costs are driven by demand charges.

In a typical building with HVAC units on the roof, multiple thermostats and temperature sensors are in control. Statistically, there is a high probability that a significant number of these independently operating sensors will simultaneously call for cooling.

This is the "worst case" scenario from the customer's perspective, since kilowatt demand calculations are based on the single highest average 15-minute usage interval measured during the entire month.

As a result, corporations are spending needlessly on demand charges. Across every region in the US, hundreds of millions of dollars are being wasted annually.

Whenever your peak demand for power is high, electricity is expensive.


The Solution

The electric equipment you use every day has unrestricted access to power, regardless of its type or application. Your sensor-automated appliances — such as HVAC systems — respond to environmental factors without human interaction or consideration of potential cost.

When your appliances randomly use power concurrently, they generate a coincident peak demand event — and your cost of operations soars.

The net result: less than 4% of the energy you buy can account for up to 40% of the total cost of the demand charges you pay for.

After working for years with highly efficient forms of information distribution, like those which support the mobile phone infrastructure, we came to the realization that the methods of optimizing a network for maximum throughput had not been applied to the delivery and use of electricity. After several years of work, our patented Queued Power Access technology — QPAC — was born.

eCurv views your instance on the electric grid as a node on a network rather than a drain point on a pipeline that delivers electricity indiscriminately.

The QPAC system characterizes each power-consuming device as having distinct service requirements. Seeing each appliance this way lets us identify its unique characteristics. Then, we develop a model of system-wide behaviors. Those behaviors are modeled into heuristics — a working description of what each appliance needs to do to accomplish its objective (like cool a server room) — in the context of aggregating the service requirements of all appliances across site/campus/regional levels.

Each appliance is then registered — with its unique characteristics — into our database, and can then be acted upon with an additive layer of intelligence to eliminate random instances of peak demand.

Your operational costs of electricity are automatically under control.

Of course, cloud-based systems require a secure “port” on the other end of the wire. Our suite of products and services includes a complete range of both custom and off the shelf components that support machine-to-machine logic (M2M).

Already using one of the major building automation systems? eCurv’s services simply inter-operate with a broad range of BACnet enabled systems to deliver bottom-line value.

For new entrants into building management, eCurv offers a suite of Digital Interface Controllers that continuously evaluate the operational status of each appliance back to eCurv's servers, applying actionable insight to achieve the greatest possible cost reductions for our customers.

eCurv + QPAC = The Solution to Peak Demand


The Results

eCurv’s patented QPAC technology optimizes the runtime of appliances that are the root cause of high peak demand charges.

For example, when applied to commercial HVAC systems, our customers achieve savings of up to 40% off the annual cost of cooling.

We deliver a rate of return greater than 50% on capital expenses and have documented proof of payback in as little as three months.

The people who occupy your properties, your employees, patrons, mission critical equipment or perishable products will not be impacted by eCurv’s services.

Security is core to our mission as a service provider. The data required to execute our service travels over secure M2M channels, not the public Internet.

In addition to the bottom line value we deliver to our customers by driving down the cost of electricity, eCurv's suite of products dramatically improves business intelligence by measuring and reporting the actual in-use status of the loads we control.

We have developed a closed-system approach that accounts for all environmental variables. The result is a dynamically-adaptive grade-of-service for each individual appliance, coordinating its access to power in such a way as to virtually eliminate the most expensive coincident peak demand events.

The field data eCurv acquires is invaluable in providing superior insight into field service operations. We deliver clear indications of actual performance under load of cycling appliances like HVAC systems and pumping stations.

As companies focus with greater intensity on improving lifecycle maintenance, the data that can be resolved from eCurv's analytic engine increases in value, potentially reducing labor, travel costs, and the incidence of catastrophic failures through early warnings of aberrant equipment behavior.

Our just-in-time reporting can deliver operational insight into the execution and effectiveness of maintenance procedures — we help spot the problem, report it to the right people, and evaluate if, when and how well those service calls have been completed. eCurv’s SLA support is available to all our customers as a value-added service.

About Us

eCurv was founded in 2011 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by Edison Almeida, Brian Bram, and Jon Stahl. We have assembled a highly experienced team dedicated to one mission: Continuous Service Improvement. Our business model is predicated on the principle that we succeed only when our customers are successful. We are dedicated to delivering the best technology at the lowest possible cost. We put our mission into action every day.  

Edison Almeida Chairman and CEO

Edison Almeida is eCurv’s founder. He brings over 15 years of experience as an electrical engineer, consultant, and sales executive in the telecommunications, information security, and energy industries to the company. Mr. Almeida started his career with Motorola, designing cellular networks for the major wireless operators in Sao Paulo, Brazil. While at inCode, a Mobility engineering and strategy consulting firm, Edison led teams in the delivery of digital cellular infrastructure projects to the major mobile operators in the US. Prior to inCode, Edison was a Sales Director at VeriSign, where he delivered cutting-edge solutions to Fortune 500 companies, including state of the art cyber-intelligence, managed security services, digital content delivery, and online brand management technology offerings. Edison graduated cum laude from Babson College with an MBA in entrepreneurship. He received his undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from Sao Paulo University's Polytechnic School - POLI-USP.

Chris Barrile CFO

Chris Barrile has over 20 years of experience as an operations and finance executive. Mr. Barrile joined eCurv, Inc in November 2012, was appointed Chief Financial Officer in October 2013. Chris is responsible for day to day operations of the Company. Prior to joining eCurv, Mr. Barrile served as Executive Vice President of Finance & Administration / CFO at EBI Consulting, a leading environmental, professional services firm. Prior to joining EBI Consulting, Mr. Barrile served eleven years at Millipore Corporation. Mr. Barrile joined Millipore in 2000 and from 2000 to 2005 he served as Controller and Vice President of Finance for Millipore’s operations organization. From 2005 to 2011, he held various executive level roles in Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Operations Strategy. While at Millipore, Chris led the implementation of the company’s manufacturing strategy, achieving over $40M in annual cost savings. Chris holds an MBA from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor as well as an MS in Finance from Boston College. He received his undergraduate degree in Accounting from Assumption College. Chris is a Certified Management Accountant and Certified Supply Chain Professional.

Jon Stahl Chief Innovation Officer

As eCurv’s co-founder, Jon has led all product development, systems design & implementation, and customer service. Mr. Stahl has over 30 years of experience in the conceptualization, strategic organization and development of leading edge technology solutions. Prior to eCurv, Mr. Stahl was the Vice President, Strategy and Development at Athenium Inc. In addition to his role leading the company’s strategic direction, Jon led all sales, marketing, and program development. Prior to Athenium, Jon was an Associate Partner at Accenture Plc, serving as a member of the Performance Simulation global leadership team. At NETg Spectrum, Mr. Stahl, as Director, Design and Development, lead the production of over 30 landmark computer applications, including The Gift Sender for Sears, SabreVision for American Airlines, and public health information systems for Mayo Clinic. Invited as a presenter at numerous industry events, Jon has also conducted webinars on the topic of optimizing workforce operational efficiency, and seminars on business simulation at both Boston University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Jon holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Boston University.

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The Business Value of Demand Flexibility

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In this digital age, electricity is the lifeblood of our society. After any major disruptive event, the top priority is to restore electric power service. Without power we lack heat, air conditioning, communications, financial services, and access to the Internet, pretty much sending us back to the Stone Age.

But who can afford building more electric power capacity? There are over one billion kilowatts of installed power capacity in the U.S. At such a large scale, increasing capacity even by a few percentage points is very expensive. Experts have forecast the need for $1.4 trillion of investment through 2030 to meet growing demand and replace aging infrastructure in the U.S. alone.

Fortunately, in today’s Internet-connected world, we can take a lower-cost approach, similar to the method that telecom, cable, and Internet companies have been using for decades to manage peak demand on their networks. Instead of building redundant capacity for each user, these networks intelligently manage both demand and supply.

Now, it’s possible to apply the same logic to energy demands: software can help lower coincidental demand peaks for a business using the same proven “queuing” approach as other networked industries. And at scale across thousands of buildings, this building-level demand flexibility can help lower peak demand for the grid, saving all customers the cost of building new power plants.

Peak demand drives high costs for the grid and businesses

Although the grid rarely uses 100 percent of electric power capacity, power plants to provide that capacity must be in place when needed. Currently, the average capacity utilization of the American electric grid is only about 55 percent, and it’s getting worse as peak demand rises while total sales fall. This means that about half the time, on average, power plants are sitting idle.

What causes this? Many homes and businesses don’t use much energy all the time, but when a thermostat’s mercury spikes, demand soars. Analysis of the electricity bill data of several major retailers and telecom companies reveals a pervasive trait: just four percent of their total energy use drives about 40 percent of their total peak demand. In other words, a tiny amount of energy use, occurring at the peak hours and largely driven by air conditioning, requires a lot of capacity that isn’t needed during the other hours of the year. 

Why does this happen? Many common loads, including typical air conditioners, motors, pumps, charging stations, heaters, and others, often happen to turn on at the same time, creating coincidental energy peaks. This increases costs for the utility, which must have available capacity to meet these peaks. 

In order to address this phenomenon, utilities typically impose “demand charges” on commercial and industrial customers, meaning that the customer pays each month for the maximum power demand at their meter during any given interval. These charges, combined with the “peakiness” of typical commercial loads, mean that only four percent of a business’s energy use drives 40 percent of the monthly demand charges a business must pay. With typical demand charges of $5–15 per peak kW per month, this peak energy can drive additional costs on the order of thousands of dollars per building per year. 

For business customers, demand charges can comprise up to 40 percent of their utility bills, and these costs are on the rise. For example, there have been dramatic demand-rate increases of over 50 percent in the past five years in the PG&E service area in California. As utilities around the country grapple with new rate designs to better reflect system costs, it is likely that managing demand charges will become even more important.

New opportunities to manage demand charges

Traditionally, limiting demand charges has not been an easy problem to solve, and most executives have treated electricity costs as a “must-pay” expense.

Fortunately, in today’s IT-driven world, it is increasingly easy for businesses to effectively manage growing peak energy demand costs. By unlocking the potential of demand flexibility, businesses can use software services to manage peak demand and achieve significant savings on their monthly bills at scale.

One approach to unlocking the value of demand flexibility is by queuing connected loads using low-cost computer systems. In other words, it’s possible to keep these loads from all turning on at the same time and creating very expensive and unnecessary coincidental energy peaks by simply using a software upgrade. 

Consider how network companies (phone, internet, and cable) manage peak demand on their networks. Whenever you place a call on your cell phone, click the button to watch a digital video, or push the send button of your email, you do not connect immediately; rather, your request is placed into a queue, and the system defines the optimum time for connection while still meeting your needs for timely service. 

The same logic works for electricity loads: software can help manage demand variations with small adjustments that can add up to shrink the peak. With these methods, energy delivery is usually delayed for only a matter of seconds. For loads like air conditioners, this is practically imperceptible; temperatures don’t rise appreciably in the time it takes for energy to be queued, but peak demand can be lowered dramatically.

Benefits for businesses and the grid

With falling computer costs and rising demand charges, lowering peak demand can pay off very quickly for a business—sometimes in less than a year. Lowering peak demand also creates value for the grid; RMI’s recent analysis found a potential for $13 billion per year in savings for the grid, from just a few smart appliances in each household in the country. The savings potential for commercial and industrial buildings is likely just as large.

Today’s $300 billion per year electricity industry leaves about half of its available capacity idle, increasing costs for all customers. Business-led demand flexibility approaches can save companies money while dramatically improving the utilization of our trillion-dollar grid, leading to savings for all of us.

Edison Almeida (@almeidaed) is the founder and CEO of eCurv, Inc.

Co-authored with Mark Dyson, Manager with RMI's electricity practice. Copyright 2016, Rocky Mountain Institute. This content first appeared on RMI Outlet and is published here with permissionhttp://blog.rmi.org/ 

Lunch and Learn Webinar "Peak Energy vs Peak Performance: How to leverage demand rates and save money"

February 3, 12pm-1pm

Businesses across the US have begun to notice a change in their electric utility costs. The rate charged per kilowatt hour has been steady, or even dropped. But each month, the cost of electricity - and running your business - is higher than ever.

Deciphering the line items on your electric bill has never been harder, or more important. Knowing how you use power--managing demand - and selecting the rate plan that best meets your needs - has become a strategic and operational priority.

This Webinar, sponsored by eCurv, will help you cut through the confusion. Our panel of industry experts will answer these key questions:

  • Based on my load profile, what rate plan should I be on?
  • How will rate plans change in the future?
  • Why should I pay attention to demand charges?
  • What tools are available to me to use as a lever to reduce my energy costs?

Join us on February 3rd at noon EST for a Lunch and Learn. Hope to see you there!


Dale Huff, Accenture Senior Manager, Regulated Energy Markets

Ryan Hledik, Principal, The Brattle Group

Jonathan Lee, Senior Energy Market Intelligence Manager, Ecova

What: Webinar and Q & A with our experts

When: 12pm-1pm EST

eCurv to Attend Edison Electric Institute Fall National Key Accounts Workshop

Company to Showcase Demand Management Software to Industry Thought Leaders, National Retailers and Utility Companies

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (October 21, 2015) - eCurv, Inc., a leading provider of demand management software services, announced today that it will attend the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) Fall National Key Accounts Workshop.

The workshop, which takes place October 25 – 28th in Dallas, provides retailers, multi-site energy users and utility companies with the opportunity to learn about the latest energy saving technologies, services and products. eCurv will exhibit its QPAC™ software service at booth 312.

Modeled after the digital queuing technology that has enabled the exponential growth in the service capacity of the wireless and information technology sectors, eCurv’s Queued Power Access (QPAC) service automatically queues the access of electric loads, such as HVAC systems, electric pumps, motors, battery charging, heating and refrigeration equipment, thereby avoiding expensive peak demand events. eCurv’s QPAC software service helps businesses implement demand flexibility on existing building automation systems, achieving payback in a few short months. Depending on each customer’s utility rate structure, total energy bill savings range from $1,000 to $15,000 or more per building per year.

"The EEI Fall National Key Accounts Workshop enables us to hear about today’s energy management challenges directly from major retailers," said Edison Almeida, President and CEO of eCurv. "Many of the conference attendees have likely read about QPAC in the recent Rocky Mountain Institute’s industry report focused on demand flexibility. We look forward to showing how QPAC’s demand management service lowers energy costs."

eCurv recently announced that it is offering Constellation’s Efficiency Made Easy (EME) program to commercial and industrial clients, allowing them to fund the installation of QPAC software services as part of their Constellation electricity supply agreements with no upfront costs. This offers customers a straightforward opportunity to unlock energy savings from the first day QPAC is active.

EEI holds its National Key Accounts Workshop twice a year. EEI was founded in 1933 and is the association that represents US investor-owned electric companies, providing energy and electricity for 220 million Americans in all fifty states. EEI has 70 international electric companies as Affiliate Members, and 270 industry suppliers and related organizations as Associate Members. EEI’s mission is to ensure members' success by advocating public policy, expanding market opportunities, and providing strategic business information.

eCurv, Inc. is a high tech company based in Cambridge, MA, offering a fully scalable software service that effectively manages rapidly increasing energy costs. eCurv’s patented QPAC™ (Queued Power Access) software service is available, secure and reliable. QPAC can seamlessly integrate with both open and proprietary building automation systems. For more information, visit www.ecurv.com or follow us on twitter @eCurvInc.

Media Contact: John Lawton, Vice President – (617) 487-1571 or john.lawton@ecurv.com

eCurv to Offer Constellation’s Efficiency Made Easy Program

Program Enables Commercial Customers to Install eCurv’s QPAC Demand Management Software Service with No Upfront Capital

"eCurv, Inc., a leading provider of demand management software services, announced today that it will offer Constellation’s Efficiency Made Easy (EME) program to commercial clients. The program provides customers the opportunity to fund the installation of eCurv’s QPAC (Queued Power Access) software as part of their Constellation electricity supply agreement."

“Our customers will save as soon as QPAC is active with no upfront capital costs through Constellation’s Efficiency Made Easy program,” said Edison Almeida, President and CEO of eCurv. “eCurv’s QPAC software service delivers up to 35 percent peak demand savings for our customers.”

To see the Press Release in its entirety, go to: BusinessWire

eCurv Highlighted in Rocky Mountain Institute Report

As detailed in the Press Release about RMI's Report:

"...Demand flexibility is a cost effective way to provide customer-focused value while simultaneously addressing systemic grid-level challenges related to the costs of balancing customer load with electricity supply. Specifically, demand flexibility applies IT, load controls and software to respond to granular retail electricity rates, imperceptibly shifting small amounts of energy while delivering cooling, heating and other services at same or better quality and at lower cost."

"The fact that such a prestigious group as the Rocky Mountain Institute included our technology in its industry report is clear validation of the effectiveness of our approach, and underscores how we are driving industry innovation forward."

Edison Almeida, CEO

To see the Press Release, go to: Business Wire

For an Executive Summary of the RMI Report, go to: RMI OUTLET

To download the entire report, go to: Electricity Demand Flexibility

eCurv Inc. Raises $2.5 Million in Series A Funding Round to Reduce Electricity Costs for Commercial Customers

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (May 30, 2014) – eCurv, Inc., a privately held technology firm rolling out a patented means to reduce electricity charges for commercial customers, announced today it has closed a $2.5 million Series A round of funding led by Constellation Technology Ventures, the venture capital arm of Exelon Corporation. Other investors include Vodia Ventures and Massachusetts Clean Energy Center. The funding will be used to scale eCurv's operations and hire new employees.

Modeled after the digital queuing technology that has enabled the IT and mobile telecommunications sectors to profitably scale their service capacity for over 20 years, eCurv's QPAC™ (Queued Power Access) service automatically queues the access of electric loads, such as HVAC systems, electric pumps, motors, battery charging, and heating and refrigeration equipment, avoiding expensive peak demand events.

"eCurv's new method for electricity distribution reliably reduces utility charges through the digital queuing of electric loads." said Edison Almeida, President and CEO of eCurv. "eCurv's QPAC software service delivers significant reduction in the demand component of our customers' electricity bill with no modifications to their existing equipment."

"eCurv offers commercial customers a simple, smart solution for reducing peak electricity demand," said Michael Smith, Constellation Vice President and head of Constellation Technology Ventures. "eCurv's innovation has the potential to transform how electric loads interact with energy supply for a wide variety of demand management applications."

Vodia Ventures Co-Founder and Managing Director Julianne Zimmerman noted, "eCurv has demonstrated the value of its service to reduce costly electric power demand spikes in real time, complementing existing demand management services operating in hour, 30-minute, 15-minute, and shorter timeframes. eCurv's QPAC service addresses a critical unmet need, and benefits both commercial customers and power suppliers alike."

eCurv's cutting-edge technology is truly pioneering a new way to reduce peak demand, creating savings for its customers at the same time it reduces the use of dirty fossil fuels," said MassCEC CEO Alicia Barton. "This type of revolutionary apoproach is what Massachusetts clean energy companies do best, and MassCEC is excited to partner with eCurv in this effort.

About eCurv

eCurv, Inc. is a Cambridge, Massachusetts venture founded in 2011. eCurv has introduced a patented method for electricity distribution that reduces utility charges for commercial customers. eCurv's QPAC (Queued Power Access) software service is available for immediate delivery, is secure and reliable. eCurv's QPAC service seamlessly integrates with building automation systems, electric equipment with networked controls, machine to machine networks, and other emerging technologies to holistically achieve integrated energy efficiency. For more information, visit: www.ecurv.com

About Constellation

The Constellation family of retail electricity and natural gas suppliers (www.constellation.com) are subsidiaries of Exelon Corp., and are leading competitive retail suppliers of power, natural gas and energy products and services for homes and businesses across the continental United States. Constellation's retail businesses serve more than 100,000 business and public sector customers, including more than two-thirds of the Fortune 100, and nearly one million residential customers.

Constellation Technology Ventures (CTV) actively invests in early-stage companies across the energy technology sector, with an eye towards commercializing innovations across the Exelon family of companies.

Exelon Corporation (NYSE: EXC) is the nation's leading competitive energy provider, with 2013 revenues of approximately $24.9 billion. Headquartered in Chicago, Exelon has operations and business activities in 47 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Exelon is one of the largest competitive U.S. power generators, with more than 35,000 megawatts of owned capacity comprising one of the nation's cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets. The company's Constellation business unit provides energy products and services to approximately 100,000 business and public sector customers and approximately 1 million residential customers. Exelon's utilities deliver electricity and natural gas to more than 7.8 million customers in central Maryland (BGE), northern Illinois (ComEd) and southeastern Pennsylvania (PECO).

About Vodia Ventures

Vodia Ventures invests seed capital in companies focused on cracking open "unsolvables" associated with persistently unmet customer demands in energy, water, food security, and public health. Vodia Ventures believes these unsolvables share key structural characteristics which are ripe for technology-enabled innovation and long-term value creation. Vodia Ventures is headquartered in Concord, MA. For more information, visit www.vodiaventures.com.

About MassCEC

Created by the Green Jobs Act of 2008, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) is dedicated to accelerating the success of clean energy technologies, companies and projects in the Commonwealth — while creating high-quality jobs and long-term economic growth for the people of Massachusetts. Since its inception in 2009, MassCEC has helped clean energy companies grow, supported municipal clean energy projects and invested in residential and commercial renewable energy installations creating a robust marketplace for innovative clean technology companies and service providers. For more information, visit www.masscec.com.

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