EEI Members Use Load Management to Improve Reliability and Increase Customer Satisfaction

The study, titled “Load Management Benchmarking Study-1998 Data,” shows that in 1998, there was slightly more than 27 gigawatts of potential load reduction available. This is an amount equal to 54 power plants rated at 500 MW of output, said Michael McGrath, EEI group director, energy services.

JACKSON, Miss.—SmartSynch has announced that Florida Power & Light (FPL) has become one of the company’s initial customers, implementing SmartSynch’s wireless data solution to build online connections with power meters. The energy and utility market is the first commercial use of SmartSynch’s end-to-end solution that wirelessly connects businesses with their field and mobile workforce assets.

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