TRILLIANT AND SIEMENS PARTNER TO DELIVER SMART ENERGY NETWORKS FOR DISTRIBUTED AUTOMATION AND ADVANCED METERING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR MEXICO'S CFE

Three projects are latest global collaboration of Siemens and Trilliant as utilities worldwide lay communications foundation for modernizing infrastructure, engaging customers

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. - (November 10, 2016) – Trilliant, the global provider of secure, enterprise-wide smart energy communications, and Siemens have partnered to deliver smart energy communications for three projects for the Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) in Mexico City and the State of Mexico. The enterprise-wide communications network includes both AMI (advanced metering infrastructure) and DA (distribution automation) elements designed to reduce energy losses, engage consumers with energy choices, and modernize the nation’s power grid.

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TRILLIANT NAMED TO CIOREVIEW'S 50 MOST PROMISING IOT SOLUTION PROVIDERS 2016

FREMONT, Calif.—October 27, 2016—CIOReview announced today that it has named smart energy communications provider Trilliant to its prestigious “50 Most Promising IoT Solution Providers 2016”.

“The companies selected for our 50 Most Promising IoT Solution Providers 2016 list are an elite group of companies whose products and solutions are changing their respective industries,” said Jeevan George, managing editor of CIOReview. “Trilliant’s communications platform helps utilities and energy providers around the world address modern energy challenges,” said Andy White, President & CEO, Trilliant.

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TRANSFORMATION OF GLOBAL ELECTRIC INDUSTRY DEPENDS ON ENERGY STORAGE SAYS DNV GL

  • Concluding chapter of World Energy Resources 2016 report cites pivotal role of storage
  • Lead author Paul Gardner from DNV GL presents conclusions at World Energy Council Congress 2016 in Istanbul October 10, 2016
  • World’s largest resource of independent energy experts and certification body analyses industry drivers including technology advancements, regulatory trends and increased deployment

ARNHEM, Netherlands (12 October 2016) – In the concluding chapter for the World Energy Council’s World Energy Resources 2016 report released today at the 23rd annual World Energy Council Congress in Istanbul, DNV GL asserts that energy storage is playing an increasingly crucial role in the transformation to a cleaner, smarter, safer energy future worldwide. Lead author Paul Gardner, global segment leader of energy storage at DNV GL, will present the chapter’s content Monday and Wednesday at the Congress.

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BROOKS WINS "BEST OF THE BEST" AWARD FOR NEW PRODUCT CATALOG

Updated product catalog recognized as top “Literature/Selling Piece” by tED Magazine

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (October 11, 2016)Brooks Utility Products, a supplier of electric metering products for the utility industry for 143 years, has won the “Best of the Best” marketing award in the “Literature/Selling Tool category” from The Electrical Distributor, also known as tED magazine. Brooks was honored for their new catalog, which was reorganized and updated to better serve Brooks customers.

“Brooks redesigned, reorganized, and rewrote its electric metering product catalog – and it was based on customer and market research. We like how each section told a true story or a product developed to meet customers’ evolving needs,” said the judges of the tED awards.

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SAND MOUNTAIN ELECTRIC CO-OP REDUCES DISCONNECTIONS AND UNCOLLECTIBLE PAYMENTS WITH SEDC IVR

What began as a move to expedite credit card payments has improved revenue and kept the power on for more customers

ATLANTA - (September 27, 2016) – Sand Mountain Electric Cooperative, an electric distribution utility serving over 30,000 members in northeast Alabama, reports improved payment processing efficiency and reduction of uncollectible accounts in its first year after integrating an interactive voice response (IVR) system from utility-focused software developer SEDC.

The rise in credit card payments drove the utility’s original move to an automated system. “As soon as we started accepting credit card payments, the processing challenges became more than we could handle,” said Lisa Greeson, supervisor of information systems for Sand Mountain. “Lines at cashiers grew. We were spending so much time on the phone, we couldn’t serve our customers.” The federal government’s move to provide social security benefits on preloaded credit cards also drove more members to pay by credit card. “This was a big reason our call volume went up, too,” said Greeson.

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