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Power Broker expands energy conservation project.

In response to growing customer demand for more effective energy management services, MCEnergy, Inc., the leading independent Power Broker providing client-focused energy solutions to commercial, corporate, industrial and institutional real estate owners and managers, is launching MCE Metering Services to provide building owners and property managers the energy intelligence to identify ways to recoup revenue from their monthly power bills.

With average energy costs rising 12-15% per year, interest and awareness in measuring and managing energy costs is growing.

Metering is one of the first steps in energy conservation, but its full potential can only be realized if the metering data can be converted into useful revenue generating tools by energy consumption experts.

MCE Metering Services was formed to fulfill that important role to provide more accurate, responsive and comprehensive energy management information and services.

"Energy metering alone will not lower energy consumption and costs," explained Margaret Carey, president of MCEnergy. "But when the data supplied by an energy metering system is turned into useful information, and building managers act on that information, then real savings can be achieved.

And only when metering is accompanied by specialized services, such as tools to determine trends and patterns of use and recommendations on how to improve equipment performance, will managers see the true value of metering systems."

Carey announced that John J. McCrory has been named executive vice president of MCE Metering Services.

With 10 years industry experience in energy metering services, McCrory brings a strong track record of helping managers and owners effectively implement and manage energy monitoring programs to MCE Metering Services.

Before joining MCEnergy, he was director of U.S. Sales at Quadlogic Controls Corporation, a leading manufacturer of metering hardware and software.

"New advances in metering technology offer correspondingly expanded insight into energy use and management," McCrory said.

"MCE's suite of information services helps managers limit demand and reduce costs by identifying opportunities to optimize energy conservation."
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Sep 28, 2005
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