BOSS Partners with West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund

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BOSS Controls LLC, a leading Internet of Things (IoT) energy management and controls company, is working with West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund on a pilot program to deploy a BOSS Smart Plug Program in the West Penn Power service region.  WPPSEF support will be used to further deploy and demonstrate BOSS’s technology in western Pennsylvania.

Long vacant periods with dynamic operating hours make plug load conservation challenging. BOSS is cloud based, WiFi enabled product solutions and software that enable reductions in building energy costs. BOSS Controls delivers a turnkey energy management solution with next generation IoT devices that can be remotely monitored and controlled to power off plug load electrical devices when they aren’t in use.

“BOSS gives energy managers the tools and support they need to effectively and efficiently manage energy savings at the plug load.  Our channel partners are all leaders in enabling energy and operational savings. We are eager to deploy our energy efficiency pilot within several higher education facilities and other institutions in the West Penn Power service region,” said Greg Puschnigg, CEO/Founder BOSS Controls.

WPPSEF logo“We will work together in this pilot program to identify potential end users who can benefit from the BOSS Controls plug load reduction technology and to quantify electric savings “ said Joel Morrison, Director, West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund. “Reducing energy usage fits well into the mission of the WPPSEF as the Fund reinvests in our communities with the placement of energy efficiency and conservation technologies.”

About West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF)

The West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund (WPPSEF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that invests in the deployment of sustainable energy technologies that benefit West Penn Power ratepayers in Pennsylvania. WPPSEF investments are focused in three broad categories:

  • Deployment of sustainable and clean energy technologies;
  • Deployment of energy efficiency and conservation technologies; and
  • Facilitating economic development, environmental betterment, and public education as they relate to sustainable energy deployment in the WPP service region.

Visit http://www.wppsef.org for further information.

 

The matters discussed herein may contain forward-looking statements that are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from expectations.