Private Networks Promise Utilities Giant Step Towards Reliability
Reliable communications networks are crucial to allow utilities to deliver an uninterrupted supply of power to customers. With high-speed wireless technology at the fore, and the addition of hundreds of new field applications that require communications networks — including Long-Term Evolution (LTE) — a digital utility is built on communications that extend to the edge. Converged networks employing IP-advanced private wireless networks enable these systems to become more efficient and extend deeper into the distribution system, where they’re most needed.
Responsibly Designed, Resource-Efficient Appliances a Result of a 45-Year Commitment to Sustainability
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. June 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Whirlpool Corporation, the world’s number one selling major appliance manufacturer, will demonstrate its commitment to sustainable living at the Pacific Coast Builders Conference (PCBC), the largest homebuilding trade show representing the West Coast region. The American-based company will display a selection of responsibly designed, resource-efficient products from its portfolio of brands designed to reduce homeowners’ overall utility costs and conserve the Earth’s resources at the conference in San Diego, June 24–25.
PG&E 2011 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report http://3bl.me/brqq3k
PG&E’s customer promise reflects the heart of our basic business: delivering safe, reliable and affordable gas and electric operations to 15 million Californians. Every day, we pursue this promise with an eye toward rebuilding customer trust and building a better PG&E for the long term. At its core, this means moving forward in a way that creates a stable, durable and long-lasting company—one that is able to support the sustainability of our customers, our employees and the environment.
The State of Illinois has been recognized as national leader for implementing energy efficiency policies by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE). Because of Illinois’ energy policies, there is now a $150 million annual budget for state-wide energy efficiency initiatives for homes and commercial buildings.