OSIsoft Energy Software Saves Companies Millions

OSIsoft, based in San Leandro, California, has been in the software business since 1980 and currently has over 1,000 employees. It makes products for operational intelligence and real-time data infrastructure. Mike Kanellos, Head of Corporate Communications and Technology, answered some questions for CleanTechnica. 1. When you say you have 450+ interfaces, … [continued]

Cleantech News Roundup

Below is some more cleantech news from the past week or so for your reading pleasure. However, this excludes some of our biggest categories — solar power, electric vehicles, and bikes. A couple roundups for those are coming soon. For now, here’s some pretty neat cleantech news: Tres Amigas Transmission … [continued]

Clean Links (13 Stories)

  Solar News   1. Fort Hood and Universal Services Fort Hood Inc. have turned on a solar field of nearly 3,000 photovoltaic solar panels. “The four-acre solar field, near Liberty Village community, will generate one million kilowatt-hours of renewable energy annually for 300 single-family homes.” Photo above. 2. The 230-megawatt photovoltaic … [continued]