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Engineers first with MSP cert.

Genergy, which provides a sophisticated range of energy management services to more than 50 million square feet of prime commercial and institutional properties across the United States, has just received its Meter Service Provider certification by New York State.

Genergy is the first New York area firm to receive an MSP Certification and only the third in New York State to be so designated.

The announcement was made by Genergy Chairman and CEO Dario Gristina, who noted that the firm also holds the Meter Data Service Provider certification as well. Both certifications require strict adherence to Public Service Commission standards, including ongoing training of employees in hardware and software specifications and operation; implementation of fully functional data storage and disaster recovery plans and adherence to strict security systems specifications.

The MDSP guarantees that data collected by Genergy is accurate and valid, and eliminates the lengthy information gathering and certification process many users must undertake whenever they need to perform due diligence.

"Together, these two certifications give our clients the most precise and current metering information services possible," said Jason Hornig, Director Sales and Marketing.
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