SchlumbergerSema technology allows Puget Sound Energy to expand its personal energy management program

The upgraded program provides additional functionality and expands the availability of the program’s tools to all of PSE’s gas and electric customers under the SchlumbergerSema CellNet* wireless fixed network – totaling 1.26 million customers and growing. This is the largest scale web-enabled real-time data offering in the energy sector.

Morgantown, WV, June 19, 2001 – With President Bush’s National Energy Plan calling for mandatory reductions in the release of mercury from electric power plants, the U.S. Department of Energy today named six new projects to develop innovative technologies that can curb mercury emissions from coal plants more effectively and at a fraction of today’s costs.


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