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Paradox Engineering to launch Smart Street Lighting and Urban Management Project in San Francisco, USA

A pilot project is to be launched by Paradox Engineering, with its PE.AMI Lighting Management solution in the city of San Francisco. The area want to use street lighting poles to develop an integrated, expandable wireless infrastructure for city monitoring ...

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Experimental Plug-in Vehicle project launched by Hydro-Quebec

IREQ, Hydro-Quebec’s research institute is teaming up with sub-contracting solution supplier B3CG Interconnect and it’s partners, to test vehicle to grid (V2G) and vehicle to home (V2H) power exchanges. The goal of V2G systems is to use electricity stored in ...

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Enabling Smarter Capacity Management

How a little fresh commercial thinking – and an evolutionary adaption of regulatory implementation – could resolve some key issues in the growth of intermittent power generation. As we move towards a new era in electricity supply, with greater reliance ...

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PRESS RELEASE: NEC Announces Agreement to Acquire Convergys’ Global Information Management (IM) Business, a Leader in Business Support Systems (BSS)

Strategic Acquisition Reinforces NEC’s Continued Commitment to Offering Innovative Telecom Solutions to Service Providers Around the Globe TOKYO, WALTHAM, March 22, 2012 — NEC Corporation today announced a definitive agreement to acquire Convergys Corporation’s Information Management (IM) business, which is recognized for its ...

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Denmark- New Energy Monitor App Makes it Easy to Save Energy

Kamstrup has launched a new energy app to provide customers with complete overview of their home energy consumption and increase energy awareness. Using the app, means that customers can access their energy consumption any place, any time and they can ...

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Australian Ergon Energy Expands Hot Water Demand in North Queensland

Ergon Energy’s hot water demand management project is expanding in North Queensland, to better manage the daily spike in peak demand. The project involves around 70,000 customers, and involves changing the on and off times of residential hot water systems. ...

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