Greentech Lead America: Elster announced that its
EnergyICT business unit has become a partner of Sustainable Silicon Valley
(SSV). The partnership’s objective is to improve sustainability in the Silicon
EnergyICT joins more than 130 SSV partners seeking a more
sustainable future. EnergyICT provides energy management services and meter
data management services to utilities, energy suppliers and end customers.
SSV, a non-profit consortium working to create expertise
and tools toward building a sustainable future in Silicon Valley, hosts
programs aimed at uniting and assisting partners in developing strategies that
increase sustainability of their operations, as well as creating smart,
sustainable infrastructure for energy, water and other resources.
“As an industry leader in efficiently monitoring and
distributing energy resources, we are pleased to welcome Elster EnergyICT to
our organization. We look forward to Elster EnergyICT’s thought leadership in
operations and resource management to help move us forward,” said Marianna
Grossman, executive director of SSV.
Elster’s offerings include distribution monitoring and
control, advanced smart metering, demand response, networking and software
solutions, and numerous related communications and services – key components
for enabling consumer choice, operational efficiency and conservation.
“Sustainable Silicon Valley is a catalyst for
sustainability collaboration within a diverse community. Our partnership in SSV
is an expression of our commitment to becoming a more sustainable organization
and to helping our customers and suppliers become more sustainable through our
products and services as well,” said Claude Godin, president of EnergyICT
Elster said it has one of the most extensive installed
revenue measurement bases in the world, with more than 200 million metering
devices deployed over the course of the last 10 years. Its products and
solutions are widely used by utilities in the traditional and emerging Smart