$525k DOE grant to pay for Internet-based energy efficiency project

The grant was one of 18 research and development projects selected by DOE to receive funding. The projects are designed to improve energy efficiency of commercial and multi-family residential buildings across the country by using less electricity and reducing pollution from heating and cooling systems.

SAN ANTONIO, Nov 14, 2000 (PRNewswire)—billserv.com, Inc. (Nasdaq: BLLS), the leading electronic bill presentment and payment service bureau, today announced it has signed a long-term agreement to provide an electronic bill presentment and payment (EBPP) system for Alameda Power & Telecom, (Alameda), a department of the City of Alameda, that will allow Alameda to distribute its customers’ bills via the Internet within the next several months.

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