Verdiem Looks to Cut Deals With Utilities
August 30, 2007
Writing for the UK’s IT Week, James Sherman says that PC power management firm Verdiem is in negotiations with several utility companies regarding the creation of rebates for businesses that adopt technologies designed to reduce energy consumption.
The question is, would a utility company be excited by the prospect of offering enterprises a financial break for using less energy to begin with?
Sherman points to California as an example of a scenario where firms are indeed being offered incentives to reduce their energy usage.
And while some energy suppliers might be interested in exploring any and all options, not everyone is chomping at the bit at the prospect of offering customers a rebate for using less of their services.
Sherman quotes a skeptical spokesman for NPower in his piece.
For more check out the full article here.
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