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AEI to deliver Energy Maps in Partnership with U.S. Department of Energy Better Communities Alliance

July, 2017

AEI is pleased to have been selected as an Affiliate to the U.S. Department of Energy Better Communities® Alliance. AEI is committed to provide its Energy Map solutions to selected partners from a list of 40 noteworthy cities such as Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and San Francisco.

In a presentation to 33 partner cities on July 12th, AEI joined with ACEEE, DNV/GL, Hatch, Philips and the U.S. Green Building Council to talk about our respective commitments to the Better Communities Alliance. For it's part in the initiative, AEI will be delivering its core Energy Map, Soft Start and ISO Alerts solutions to all buildings in a portfolio, with options for significant discounts on its Soft Start Real-Time metering solution. The first five selected partner cities will be receiving the Energy Map and Soft Start at zero cost for the first year of operation.

For U.S. DOE Partner cities, read more about the AEI Better Communities Alliance commitment.

For more information about the U.S. DOE Better Buildings Initiative and the Better Communities Alliance, visit betterbuildingsinitiative.energy.gov/bca.

Learn more about our AEI Energy Maps or contact us to schedule a 30 minute web conference specifically designed for you and your team.

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