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BRIDGE Energy Group to Join Other Industry Thought Leaders as a Speaker at DistribuTECH 2012

BRIDGE to Define Cross Cutting Business Processes at the Convergence of IT and OT During the Smart Grid Architecture Session

Marlborough, MA and San Antonio, TX – January 24, 2012 –BRIDGE Energy Group, the leading Smart Grid IT services and software solutions provider, today announced its participation at DistribuTECH Conference and Exhibition, Get in the Flow. This three-day event will be held on January 24-26th Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.

DistribuTECH is considered the utility industry’s leading smart grid conference and exposition, covering automation and control systems, energy efficiency, demand response, renewable energy integration, advanced metering, T&D system operation and reliability, power delivery equipment and water utility technology.

“BRIDGE Energy Group continues to build its reputation as a leader in Smart Grid integration through its participation at various key industry conferences including DistribuTECH,” said Colum Lundt, Co-founder and President of BRIDGE. “BRIDGE understands the ‘real-time systems’ and true Utility Engineering systems that support the operation, in addition to the specialized level of interoperability required to enable and support Smart Grid initiatives.”

BRIDGE will also be presenting during the Smart Grid Architecture session at DistribuTECH. The presentation, occurring on January 26th from 9:30-11am, will walk through defining cross cutting business processes – including the requirements for business and technical integration. Lastly, it will speak to the work required to create Smart Grid services and processes that ultimately transform the delivery and operation of utility services for energy consumers.

Attendees can visit BRIDGE at booth number 4746 in the DistribuTECH exhibit hall to learn more about integration pitfalls and the dangers in not addressing interoperability challenges as a prerequisite to Smart Grid implementation.

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