High Speed Wireless Internet Combines With Green Energy

Two energy and technology companies in the United States have joined forces to offer both green power and high-speed wireless internet access.

ATLANTA, Georgia, US, 2001-08-31 [SolarAccess.com] Two energy and technology companies in the United States have joined forces to offer both green power and high-speed wireless internet access. Sterling Planet Inc. and Enercomm will launch a project next month in the Philadelphia suburb of Media, to offer residential and commercial consumers wireless high-speed broadband Internet access and an array of energy services, from upgrades to solar and wind power, as well as energy management systems controlled over the Internet. “This project will fully demonstrate Sterling Planet’s total solution for economic and environmental sustainability,” says CEO Therrell Murphy, an energy company that claims to be the first to offer a nation-wide green energy option. “On the electricity production side, we’ll give these Pennsylvanians the opportunity to choose 100 percent green energy from renewable energy sources such as the sun and wind. We’ll also offer onsite electrical generation that’s environmentally friendly. Then to promote energy conservation, we’ll market energy-efficient products such as compact fluorescent lamps and options for wireless, remote monitoring and control of energy use.” Customers can use the wireless communications devices and the Internet to adjust thermostats remotely for maximum efficiency, without sacrificing comfort or convenience. Enercomm will provide its expertise in high-speed wireless telecommunications. Customers will be able to access the Internet to transmit and receive blocks of data, and the company plans to offer high-speed access to under-served suburban markets through an integrated fixed wireless broadband two-way system. It wants to complete the ‘last mile’ to residential, small office and home office operations, as well as small and medium business subscribers in suburban areas. “The combined expertise and offerings of Enercomm and Sterling Planet brings to this market unique, innovative and sophisticated services,” says Tony Cucchi, CEO of Enercomm. “Going forward, we fully intend to take our combined product and service to additional markets beyond this Philadelphia suburb.”
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