PG&E 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. Powered by Silicon Energy, the Inter-Act program uses the Internet-based EEM Suite to allow customers to retrieve valuable information on energy consumption and control their usage at any connected facility – all from a desktop.

ATLANTA, May 30, 2001 – Despite the fevered hype of 2000, utilities and energy providers have been slow to jump on the e-procurement bandwagon, though many are dabbling with the prospect of purchasing goods and services via the Internet, a new book by Chartwell Inc. reports.

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