SAN MARCOS, Calif. and TORONTO, Sept. 8, 2015 /CNW/ -- REGEN Energy Inc., a world leader in energy management solutions for small to mid-sized commercial, industrial and institutional facilities, announced today it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against eCurv Inc., in relation to two of REGEN's core demand management patents.
The complaint, filed August 19, 2015 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, alleges that eCurv's products infringe upon two of REGEN's patents: U.S. Patent No. 8,918,223 and 9,110,647.
"REGEN has an extensive portfolio of valuable and pioneering patents, particularly in the area of demand management," said Pete Malcolm, president and CEO of REGEN. "Our patented Swarm Logic™ technology, saves our customers millions of dollars each year, and our action is a strategic step to protect our intellectual property."
REGEN has a well-established track record of innovation and is recognized for pioneering the in the demand management field. The company has invested significantly over the last decade to develop its technology and to build its IP portfolio.
In the complaint REGEN seeks monetary damages for infringement and a permanent injunction against further infringement by eCurv.
About REGEN Energy
REGEN is revolutionizing the way building owners manage their electrical demand through its patented, Swarm Logic™ technology platform. Swarm Logic provides dramatic savings opportunities through a unique combination of demand management, consumption management and intelligent demand response capabilities. It allows small to mid-sized commercial, industrial and institutional buildings with little-to-no building automation to finally participate in the rapidly growing automated demand response and dynamic load management markets.
REGEN's solution is widely deployed across North America by customers including major retail chains, airlines, entertainment venues, educational establishments, auto manufacturers and many others.
REGEN's major offices in North America are located in Toronto, Canada and San Marcos, California. For more information please visit www.regenenergy.com.
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For further information: Jenny Duff, REGEN Energy Inc., [email protected], 416-934-1040 ex248, http://www.regenenergy.com