Former EnerNOC and Siemens Executives Join Bluestone Energy Services

  Former EnerNOC and Siemens Executives Join Bluestone Energy Services

  Additional hires also include Mid-West business development executive and
 project manager to keep up with demand for comprehensive energy conservation
                                   services

Business Wire

NORWELL, Mass. -- June 10, 2013

Bluestone Energy Services, LLC, a leader in energy conservation engineering
and project development services for industrial and commercial clients,
announced today the addition of four new members, including former executives
from EnerNOC and Siemens.

Bluestone welcomes three of the new hires to its Business Development team,
with two focused in the Northeast and one based in the Mid-West Region for the
company. The fourth addition will join the Bluestone’s workforce as a Project
Manager.

Chris Murphy will work with Bluestone as a Business Development Manager for
the Northeast Region. Prior to joining Bluestone, Mr. Murphy served as the
Business Development Manager for EnerNOC. While at EnerNOC, he provided energy
efficiency software programs and other services for commercial and industrials
users, as well as hospitals and universities. Prior to joining EnerNOC, he
spent 8 years with American Energy Management, selling Building Automation
Systems in the greater New England area.

Karen Peck also joins Bluestone as a Northeast Region Business Development
Manager. A previous executive at Siemens Industry, she sold energy efficiency
solutions, building automation systems and service contracts across many
vertical markets. Prior to Siemens, Karen also worked within the lighting
industry, at Lutron Inc. and Johnson Controls.

Mike Nevitt, coming from three years with BlueStar Energy, will be responsible
for Bluestone’s Mid-West Region as a Business Development Manager. Starting in
the construction business, Mr. Nevitt has worked in the industrial sales and
energy efficiency industries for over 16 years.

A recent graduate from Northeastern University, Jim Goddard joins Bluestone
with a background in Industrial Engineering. Currently residing in Boston, Mr.
Goddard’s Northeastern co-ops included Keurig, Free Flow Power, and Genzyme.
He will work with Bluestone as a Project Manager.

“As our company grows and expands, Bluestone Energy is excited to welcome
these new additions,” said Ryan Blair, President of Bluestone Energy.
“Increased demand for energy efficiency projects have led to a need for
increased leadership within the company, particularly our Business Development
efforts.”

Bluestone Energy welcomes this workforce expansion as it continues to provide
a wide range of energy conservation services throughout the country.

About Bluestone Energy Services, LLC

Norwell, Mass-based Bluestone Energy Services, LLC, a division of OpTerra
Energy Group, provides professional engineering and project development
services for utilities and corporate clients. Bluestone is a leader in
demand-side management (DSM) programs for large commercial and industrial
customers. Having developed and implemented hundreds of lighting, HVAC, and
process energy conservation projects, Bluestone has secured millions of
dollars in utility incentives for its clients. Bluestone has worked with a
wide array of companies including Boston Properties, Cabot Corporation and
Stop & Shop Supermarket Company. Additional information on Bluestone can be
found at http://www.bluestoneenergy.com.

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