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

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