Schlumberger and DSSI’s Comverge Technologies To Produce Wireless Communication Devices

Under the license, Comverge will incorporate the Schlumberger CellNet wireless RF communication technology into devices to provide two-way value-added endpoint products, such as gateway products, thermostat products and remote connect/disconnect devices. Currently, Schlumberger has contracts with 10 utilities including over 9 million points in North America that could leverage the technology developments enabled by this agreement.

RALEIGH, N.C.-CP&L Energy, Duke Energy and SCANA Corp. have proposed the formation of an independent regional transmission organization (RTO) in compliance with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Order 2000. The proposed RTO is to be known as GridSouth and would be responsible for operating and planning the transmission systems of the three companies.

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