|[July 01, 2013]
Virtual, Inc. Bolsters Roster of "Green" Clients with Smart Grid Interoperability Panel
WAKEFIELD, Mass. --(Business Wire)--
Virtual, Inc. (http://www.virtualmgmt.com),
a technology-focused association management company, has recently signed
a new client in its green energy, clean environment and sustainability
practice: Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP).
This organization joins other Virtual clients such as AMERIPEN,
GreenTouch, the LSP Association and the New England Clean Energy (News - Alert)
Council, confirming Virtual as a leader in this sector.
SGIP is a member-funded nonprofit organization whose domestic and
international members represent the full spectrum of the Smart Grid
industry. Through SGIP, members have a voice in accelerating standards
harmonization and advancing the interoperability that will enable the
modernization of power grids worldwide.
"The quest for green energy and renewable resources is one of the
fastest-growing sectors of our economy and vital for our future. We are
pleased that this forward-thinking group has engaged Virtual to support
its valuable efforts on behalf of the public good, and we look forward
to helping SGIP work toward its mission to improve energy delivery and
use," said Andy Freed, Virtual's President.
About Virtual, Inc.
Founded in 1999, Virtual, Inc. is a full-service association management
company that combines advanced technology, best practices and innovation
to provide its clients with world-class business operations, freeing
organization leaders to focus on their missions and programs. In
November 2012, Virtual was named to The Boston Globe's "Top
Places to Work" list, in the small employer category. The firm has twice
in recent years been named to Inc. Magazine's list of 5000
fastest-growing private companies. Virtual is accredited by the AMC
Institute, the global trade group that represents the association
management industry. For more information about Virtual, Inc., visit www.virtualmgmt.com,
or call +1 781-246-0500.
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