RICHMOND HILL, ON, April 14 /CNW/ - WireIE Holdings International Inc.'s
Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Tim Brown, has released a white paper
entitled, "Practical Considerations for Smart Grid".
Figures reaffirm WireIE's assertion that Smart Grid solutions will
conserve large amounts of energy. In their 2007 yearbook published Aug. 26,
2008, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) calculated that in 2007, total
distribution of energy losses equated to 5,416,117,162 kWh. This is estimated
to be approximately 4% of the total generated capacity in the province - the
equivalent to a year's worth of carbon emissions from 330,000 automobiles. A
Smart Grid preemptively identifies where these losses occur(xx).
This white paper is the first of its kind to introduce the technological
specifics of Smart Grid, in terms of how proven telecommunications solutions
can accelerate the benefits of Smart Grid.
"Certain elements of the electricity supply chain are often overlooked
when considering energy consumption. Proven Operation Support Systems found in
mature telecommunications networks can address these and other areas, and
hasten a smooth transition to Smart Grid," said Julie Matthews, Director of
Advisory Services Group for e3Solutions Inc.
For further information:
For further information: Jennifer Marron, Marketing Specialist, WireIE
Holdings International Inc., firstname.lastname@example.org, www.wireie.com