Matthew Smith was Appointed as General Counsel at Comverge, Inc.

Date of management change: April 03, 2011 

What Happened?

Comverge, Inc. ( ) hired Matthew Smith as General Counsel


About the Company

Comverge is an industry-leading provider of integrated demand response, energy efficiency, and customer engagement solutions that enable electric utilities to ensure grid reliability, lower energy costs, meet regulatory demands, and enhance the customer experience. Through its combination of software, hardware, and services, Comverge helps utilities optimize the management of every aspect of an energy management program, from participant recruitment and device installation to call center support, control events, and measurement and verification. Comverge has worked with hundreds of electric utilities to deploy nearly six million energy management devices and enroll more than 1.6 million residential customers into mass-market demand management programs. Through the creation of a work environment that fosters innovation and creativity, Comverge will become a leading provider of energy management solutions that empower utilities and residential customers to optimize energy use in order to reduce costs, meet regulatory requirements and support sustainability initiatives resulting in high customer satisfaction with our integrated offerings and services. We aim to help create a greener planet and environment through the delivery of cutting edge, engaging energy management solutions and products that provide customers a rich experience in controlling energy while delivering meaningful economic benefits.  


About the Person

Matthew Smith previously held various legal positions in the industry.


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