Neiman Marcus selects Silicon Energy’s EEM Suite technology

Neiman Marcus will use Silicon Energy’s EEM Suite v2.0, including Data Analyst, Energy Analyst and Cost Analyst, along with Integrated Bill Management, to monitor energy usage and identify cost savings systemwide. Neiman Marcus also will use Silicon Energy’s Utility Accountant software, along with its rate tariff functionality and content services, such as weather information, to pursue energy-related cost-reduction efforts.

Oct. 25, 2000 (Business Times)–YTL Power International Bhd is buying a 33 percent stake in an international consortium that will manage the recently privatised South Australian transmission network.

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