Posts Tagged ‘SmartSynch’

Q&A: Stephen Johnston, Chief Executive Officer, SmartSynch

by Published: July 23,2010

Tags: Q&A, SmartSynch, Stephen Johnston

SmartBoss Johnston leads SmartSynch onto national stage Stephen Johnston has quickly established himself as one of the top young CEOs in Mississippi. Since taking the helm at SmartSynch, the company has signed milestone contracts and forged relationships with some of the largest U.S. corporations. The MBJ recently ran down the busy executive and asked him […] [...]

TVA chooses SmartSynch for Generation Partners

JACKSON — SmartSynch Inc. has been selected by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) as the smart metering solution provider for Generation Partners, a distributed renewable generation program offered by participating local power companies that distribute TVA power. Generation Partners incentivizes end-use customers, both residential and commercial, to purchase and install eligible renewable energy generation systems […] [...]

SmartSynch takes on smart grid

by Published: January 18,2010

Tags: GridRouter, SmartSynch, Stephen Johnston

GridRouter named No. 5 ‘high technology concept’ by GreenTech Media While nothing could have prevented the widespread failure of many of Jackson’s brittle water lines, new technology known as “smart grids” could help predict future emergencies before they happen. Sensors placed on power lines or in water pipes could monitor local utilities in metropolitan and […] [...]

SmartSynch

by Published: November 30,2009

Tags: Fast 40, SmartSynch

IBM has launched a marketing campaign that lays out the company’s effort to build a smarter planet, based on communication between carrots and climate-controlled tractor-trailers, red lights and traffic patterns and all manner of other unorthodox communication, SmartSynch, a Jackson-based smart grid intelligence company, wants that to happen with the electric grid. In other words, […] [...]

SmartSynch gets ARRA-funded project

SmartSynch has been awarded a $3.75-million grant to help manage energy consumption and cost at public facilities around the state, Gov. Haley Barbour announced. The State Energy Program (SEP) funding comes through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). “The project marks the first time Mississippi has launched a coordinated effort to reduce energy consumption […] [...]

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