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On Aug. 19, Montana Sen. Max Baucus reviewed C3 Energy's family of smart grid analytics products and services at the company's headquarters in Redwood City, Calif.

"Improving energy efficiency and independence through innovative approaches like smart grid technology is critical to addressing America's energy needs, and companies like C3 Energy are leading the way," said Baucus, a senior member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.

He and C3 Energy Chairman and CEO Tom Siebel discussed the ways in which information technology addresses the utility industry's big data challenge. As part of the discussion, Baucus reviewed C3 Energy Customer Analytics and C3 Energy Grid Analytics, including C3 Revenue Protection, C3 AMI Operations, C3 Demand Response Analytics, and C3 Outage Analysis, Prediction, & Restoration.




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