Tantalus has appointed Dermot O’Leary as the company’s chief operating officer. A thirty-five year utility industry veteran, O’Leary has a wide breadth of experience including strategic planning, product development, manufacturing and supply chain processes, customer deployments, business development, contracting, and international business. Tantalus president and chief executive officer Peter Londa says the company “is strategically…
The city of Auburn, Indiana, has selected Tantalus to provide its Smart Grid communications technology to support the municipality’s plans for a fully automated metering solution that can adapt as the smart grid evolves.
Smart Grid communications provider Tantalus is sponsoring a Smart Grid conference hosted by Chattanooga utility Electric Power Board (EPB) on May 5 at The Chattanooga Hotel. The event includes an offsite tour of EPB’s Smart Grid program, which features Tantalus’ advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) technology. EPB is currently deploying Tantalus’ Homerun Network, a solution that enables the utility to use its Fiber to the Home (FTTH) infrastructure to connect hundreds of thousands of utility endpoints while providing customers with internet, phone, and TV media services.
Tantalus, which provides two-way, real-time data communications for utilities, has appointed energy industry veteran Ron Holcomb as Vice President of Business Development. In his new position, Holcomb will guide Tantalus’ business development initiatives for its smart grid communications technology. Tantalus’ TUNet communications systems are deployed at utilities throughout North America, helping customers better manage their energy resources.
Tantalus has formed an alliance with the Texas Electric Cooperatives (TEC) to provide Tantalus Utility Network (TUNet) Smart Grid communications technology to electric cooperatives and municipal utilities throughout Texas.
Tantalus will provide Norwich Public Utilities (NPU) an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) system, enabling the utility to introduce energy efficiency initiatives so consumers can better manage their energy costs. Norwich will use funds from its Department of Energy’s America Reinvestment and Recovery Act grant to introduce advanced metering throughout its service area,