NWP Completes Third Annual Energy Summit for Multifamily Industry Owners and Fee Managers

  NWP Completes Third Annual Energy Summit for Multifamily Industry Owners and
  Fee Managers

Dr. Gary Fauth, Consultant to Joint Center for Housing at Harvard University,
Darren Novich, President and Managing Partner of EnergyLink, and Steve Dorman,
           Multifamily Energy Consultant, Headline Summit Sessions

Business Wire

COSTA MESA, Calif. -- August 1, 2013

NWP Services Corporation (NWP), the multihousing industry’s leading innovator
and provider of utility cost recovery and energy management solutions, hosted
the Third Annual NWP Energy Summit in Huntington Beach, Calif. July 22-23.
Several of the multifamily firms who were in attendance also contributed to
NWP’s 2013 Energy Summit through presentations and as discussion moderators.
Summit attendees included Associated Estates Realty Corporation, Atlas
Residential USA, Bell Partners, Drucker & Falk, LLC, Flaherty & Collins,
Greystar Real Estate Partners, JC Hart Company, JMG Realty, Inc., Prometheus
Real Estate Group, Morgan Group Property Management, LLC, and TVO North

Dr. Gary Fauth, a housing consultant with the Joint Center for Housing at
Harvard University and an expert in Smart Meter and Smart Grid economic
evaluation, highlighted the Smart Meter and Smart Grid shift that is occurring
across North America with the upgrading of the metering and delivery grid
infrastructure of electric utilities. Darren Novich of EnergyLink, focused on
energy procurement, including current energy rates and tax audits. Steve
Dorman shared insightful information with participants on water and energy
products, water and energy audits and how to reduce utility consumption at the
property level. Other highlights included legal updates presented by NWP’s
Regulatory Legal Services department regarding current regulatory concerns and
requirements affecting utility and energy management programs for property
owners and managers. Actual case studies on optimizing resident billing and
waste management utility spend were also presented.

“The NWP Energy Summit is a yearly event for our customers to hear from
thought leaders and pioneers in the energy management field and discuss
important industry innovations and regulatory changes affecting their energy
management programs,” stated Mike Radice, chief executive officer of NWP. “New
energy management requirements and advancements are happening at breakneck
speeds. This event provides an excellent forum to keep our customers at the
forefront in the advancement of utility and energy management opportunities
for their portfolios.”

NWP will be hosting a Marketplace Conversation webinar on Wednesday, August 21
at 2:00 pm ET, to share specific findings and highlights from the Energy
Summit. Register to attend here. For more information on NWP’s utility cost
recovery and energy management services, go to www.nwpsc.com.

About NWP Services Corporation

Headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, NWP Services Corporation (NWP) is the
leading innovator and solutions provider for lowering operating and utility
costs for the multifamily industry through utility cost recovery, utility cost
management and energy management solutions. Utility Logic helps owners
maximize utility cost recovery with options that include convergent billing,
utility billing only, and read, bill, and remit billing services, payments and
submetering. Utility Smart helps owners and operators optimize utility spend
through automation, benchmarking analytics and extensive reporting
technologies. Utility Genius provides advanced options designed to directly
assist with conservation initiatives and reducing utility spend. NWP’s
customer centric solutions focus on increasing Funds from Operations (FFO),
Net Operating Income (NOI), resident satisfaction, and the asset value of
multifamily properties. Additional information is available at www.nwpsc.com.


NWP Services Corporation:
Mark Gentile, 949-253-3287
Media Contact:
Andrea Tucker, 512-285-5759
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