Technology

Georgetown University Energy Prize: WHAT: National launch of the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a multi-year incentive competition that challenges small- to medium-size U.S. communities to rethink energy use, and implement creative strategies to increase and sustain efficiency. The list of 49 U.S. communities who have signed a Letter of Intent to compete will be unveiled…. Keep reading →

As of April 1, 2014, it became more convenient to pay a traffic ticket from your mobile device. Marion Superior Court in partnership with Local Government Online (LoGO) Indiana, a subsidiary of NIC Inc. (NASDAQ: EGOV) revamped their online traffic ticket payment application to be mobile-friendly, making it easily accessible from a mobile phone or… Keep reading →

This year, it will be easier than ever for residents of Nevada County to pay their property and real estate taxes. The Tax Collector’s Office today announced that it is taking credit card payments, meaning residents can avoid lines at the Collector’s Office and pay their taxes from anywhere with an Internet connection. “We are… Keep reading →

Fueled by the growth of distributed generation and the desire of consumers and businesses to move toward greater independence in their use of electricity, the microgrid concept has moved steadily toward the mainstream in the last few years. The main technology components of microgrids have made significant headway, and Navigant Research’s analysis indicates that the… Keep reading →

The Tech Council of Maryland (TCM), Maryland’s largest technology trade association for life science and technology, today praised state lawmakers for advancing key priorities for the tech community during this year’s legislative session. The 2014 session concluded on Monday. “We are encouraged to see Maryland lawmakers and the Administration come through on our biggest pro-growth priorities:… Keep reading →

Although most microgrids are technically retrofit projects, microgrids have begun to move into the mainstream. Around the world, new vendors continue to enter this space with new projects and approaches. These systems, which can operate in isolation from (or in the absence of) the wider power grid, are particularly well-suited for remote communities in the… Keep reading →

Conducting business with the City of Marlow is now faster and more convenient. Online Bill Pay, offered through cityofmarlow.com, allows utility customers to pay monthly service bills quickly, conveniently and securely. The new system eliminates the hassle of mailing or delivering payments, and best of all, it is available 24-hours a day. “We are so… Keep reading →

The issue of consumer consent has taken center stage since the U.S. District Court in California accused Google of violating the federal Wiretap Act by scanning emails for targeted advertising. However, an unfolding story reveals that this same privacy policy also applies to Google’s education, business, and government cloud offerings. A recent exposé in Education… Keep reading →

NJR Clean Energy Ventures (NJRCEV), the unregulated clean energy subsidiary of New Jersey Resources (NYSE:NJR), today unveiled its latest solar installation at the Woolwich Township Municipal Building in Gloucester County, New Jersey. The 308-kilowatt (kW) solar array will provide power to the municipal complex, including the Woolwich Township Police Department. “Our partnership with Woolwich Township… Keep reading →

Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) has signed a contract with the city of Pasadena, Calif., for Tyler’s Munis® enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to fully integrate the city’s finance, human resources and payroll applications. The agreement includes related professional services, training and support. The city chose Munis in large part due to its proven technology… Keep reading →

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