‘Wired’ households ready for networking according to national survey

This increasing receptivity spells opportunity for computer and major appliance manufacturers, who are preparing to launch new “thinking” devices during the Fall shopping season. Likewise, utilities have a business opportunity through the adoption of power line communications applications — in effect, using the wires into the home to deliver additional services to customers.

NEW YORK, Sept. 19, 2000 – Caminus Corp. and HoustonStreet Exchange have spearheaded the formation of the Energy Trading Standards Group (ETSG), an open consortium with the goal of developing standards to automate the sale of wholesale energy and improve information sharing between energy trading companies. Along with Caminus and HoustonStreet Exchange, consortium members include ABB Energy Information Systems, Automated Power Exchange (APX), Open Link Energy, RedMeteor.com, Inc., Triple Point Technology Inc., GFInet and Sapient.

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