PG&E Co. selects Silicon Energy technology for program to reduce industrial customers’ energy use

Inter-Act was designed to promote incentive-based load reduction from large commercial and industrial customers.

May 30, 2001–In response to statements about constraints in the nation’s power grid in President Bush’s National Energy plan, American Superconductor said it was well positioned to meet critical power grid needs.

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