Silicon Energy one of 13 companies to participate in Energy Efficiency Technology Roundtable

The company’s software system has the potential to help reduce the risk of blackouts and avoid high cost energy purchases by increasing marketplace efficiency. As one of 13 companies invited by White House officials to participate in the Energy Efficiency Technology Roundtable, Silicon Energy demonstrated to the President how its Internet-based load management technology allows households, businesses and utilities to manage, control and reduce their energy use, costs and risks in real time.

May 29, 2001 — Texas consumers are getting a flood of information about their electricity choices in order to prepare for the electricity competition pilot program that is set to begin June 1 and the full retail choice that will begin the first of January, 2002.

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