Monthly Archives: March 2012
By Brian Green | Categories: Field Testing | Comments Off on Atmos Energy
Atmos Energy is one of the largest natural-gas-only distributors in the United States. Their regulated distribution operations deliver natural gas to 3.2 million residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural and public-authority customers. Their distribution services are provided to more than 1,600 communities in 12 states.
By Brian Green | Categories: Field Testing | Comments Off on Atlanta Gas Light
Atlanta Gas Light installed Atlanta’s first gas streetlights in 1856. Ever since, they’ve been a constant source of safe and clean energy and a constant partner to the 243 communities they serve throughout Georgia and the Eastern US seaboard. Today, they’re the eighth largest natural gas distribution utility in the United States and the largest in the Southeast.
By Brian Green | Categories: Field Testing | Comments Off on National Grid US
National Grid is an international electricity and gas company and one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world. They play a vital role in providing energy to millions of customers across the northeastern U.S. and Great Britain in an efficient, reliable and safe manner.
By Brian Green | Categories: Field Testing | Comments Off on Gas Technology Institute
GTI is a not-for-profit Research and Development organization. They have been the leader in the development and deployment of technology solutions that contribute to a secure, abundant, and affordable energy future. They provide economic value to the energy industry and its customers, while supporting government in achieving policy objectives.
By Brian Green | Categories: Field Testing | Comments Off on WE Energies
We Energies provides electric service to customers in portions of Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. They also serve natural gas customers in Wisconsin and steam customers in downtown Milwaukee.
By Brian Green | Categories: Field Testing | Comments Off on Avista
Founded in 1889, Avista engages in energy production, transmission and distribution, as well as other energy-rated activities. They serve their customers with a mix of hydro, natural gas, coal and biomass generation delivered over 2,100 miles of transmission line, 17,000 miles of distribution line and 6,100 miles of natural gas distribution mains.