Consert’s Charlie Mathys to Present at National SummitOct. 23, 2012, 3:39 PM EDT
SAN ANTONIO – Consert Inc., an intelligent energy management company that provides the most advanced high-value load management suite available in the marketplace, announces that Charlie Mathys, business development manager at Consert, will be a panelist at the National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation (CFC) Independent Borrowers Executive Summit (IBES) Nov. 13th at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, Va. Mathys, a 30-year industry veteran will present on automated demand response during the vendor panel.
“The CFC’s Independent Borrowers Executive Summit is a unique opportunity to network and share ideas, and I look forward to representing Consert,” said Mathys.
The IBES will focus on energy, electric utility and economic issues as well as leadership and management best practices and the panel discussions will emphasize practical and productive smart grid applications.
Consert converts electric consumption in homes and small businesses into cost-effective, clean sources of capacity and energy reserves for utilities. The Consert load management solution is based on real-time, wireless technology that allows participants to conserve energy using a web-based, home area network. Consert utilizes wireless networks to provide real-time communication to the Consert data center. These highly secure networks deliver fast data speeds and increased efficiencies for utilities.
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About Consert Inc.
Consert Inc. is an intelligent load management technology company that provides the most advanced high-value load management suite available in the marketplace. Consert’s Virtual Peak PlantTM load management system is the only solution proven to provide reliable, real-time, fully-integrated load management through the pairing of utility and consumer offerings. Consert, recent winner of a CTIA E-Tech Award and CS Week Expanding Excellence Award and the recipient of the 2012 Going Green Award in the Leadership Private Sector category by the San Antonio Business Journal, is a partner with Hometown Connections and Texas Electric Cooperatives and is a member of the Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative. A demonstration of the application as used by a residential consumer can be viewed at http://bit.ly/ConsertAtHome. For more information, visit Consert.com. Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/consert. Follow us on Twitter @Consert Inc.