BP selects Asera software to power commercial fuel industry’s first private trading exchange

BPDirect, operated by BP’s U.S. Commercial Sales unit, provides its customers with 24×7 information access, real-time order and transaction processing, product pricing, access to customized catalogs, and order status and history.

BOULDER, Colo., April 17, 2001 – Businesses typically say they don’t want to reduce energy consumption, especially during peak operating periods. But through a recent market research study, E source has discovered that they would consider cutting back if the price were right and they received the right messages. Just how much might energy loads be reduced?

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