Fifty-eight Chicago-area companies ‘power down’ during hottest part of day

The businesses joined the Community Energy Cooperative and agreed to hold back on their power usage during hot summer days in exchange for payment from the Cooperative. Together, the commercial and industrial members, who include businesses and municipalities in targeted locations, will reduce peak electricity demand by approximately 25 mW, enough to power 4,000 houses in the Chicagoland area

CARLSBAD, Calif., Aug. 8, 2001 – Tadpole-Cartesia, a provider of field information systems for the world’s utilities and a business unit of mobile computing and network infrastructure vendor, Tadpole Inc., today announced that it had won a further contract for its Conic GIS software.

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