EPRI addresses electricity demands of digital economy

Participants in the endeavor, called the Consortium for Electric Infrastructure to Support a Digital Society, or CEIDS, include power providers and a broad spectrum of electric reliability stakeholders. Manufacturers of digital equipment, companies whose productivity is dependent on high reliability, and industry trade associations are invited to join.

ATLANTA, Ga., Dec. 11, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE)–The market cap of an index of energy utility-related telecommunications stock has dropped over 70% to $40 billion from a high of $139 billion in February 2000, according to The C Three Groupà¢â€ž-.

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