NES Receives Silicon Valley 2016 Smart Grid Company Award

San Jose Award Program Honors Network Energy Services Achievements

San Jose, CA, September 7th, 2016: Networked Energy Services Corporation (NES), a global smart grid market leader, announced that it has been selected for the Silicon Valley 2016 Best Company Award in the Smart Grid Company category by the San Jose Award Program.

Each year, the San Jose Award Program identifies companies in the Silicon Valley community and business area that they believe have achieved exceptional market success. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of business through service to their customers and involvement in the community. They select exceptional companies who help make the San Jose area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2016 San Jose Award Program focused on quality. Winners are determined based on the data gathered both internally by the San Jose Award Program and data provided by third parties. NES is considered a leader in the smart grid industry with its proven, secure, open standard and multi-application platform that serves as the foundation for a diverse range of applications across the smart grid, including smart metering, load profile measurements, prepayment, demand response and low voltage grid optimization.

“We are honored to receive the Smart Grid Company Award,” said Michael Anderson, CEO of NES. “This further validates our accomplishments in the market and the community during the past year. We thank the judges for recognizing that NES is an innovation leader in the Smart Grid industry.”

“NES is a great place to work and learn”, added Cynthia Bergallo, Global Director of Human Resources. “NES plans to continue to grow, invest and support the Silicon Valley community. NES is growing globally, employing people all over the world with offices in Northern and Southern Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, as well as its main office in the US.

About Networked Energy Services Corporation (NES)

Networked Energy Services Corporation ( is a global smart energy leader in the worldwide transformation of the electricity grid into an energy control network, enabling utilities to provide their customers with a more efficient and reliable service, to protect their systems from current and emerging cybersecurity threats, and to offer innovative new services that enable active, intelligence use of energy. NES was formed as a result of the spinoff of Echelon Corporation’s Grid Modernization Division in October 2014. NES is headquartered in the US with R&D centers located in Silicon Valley, North Dakota and Poland, and sales offices throughout the world. NES’ smart grid technology is used in nearly 40 million smart meters and other smart end devices around the world. NES is a member of the OSGP Alliance, a global association of utilities and smart grid companies, which promotes the Open Smart Grid Protocol and cooperates to provide utilities greater value by enabling true, independently-certified, multi-vendor interoperability based upon open international specifications and standards.  You can find out more information about NES, its Patagonia Energy Applications PlatformTM(including grid management software, distributed control nodes, and smart meters) and services at  

About San Jose Award Program

The San Jose Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the San Jose area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.The San Jose Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community's contributions to the U.S. economy.