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Employing the Computer to Reduce Power Usage

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The North Carolina Utilities Commission noted rising electricity costs due to inflation-influenced increases in the cost of financing and constructing new generating facilities to satisfy growing customer demand. Lester Teal, president of Control General Corporation of Raleigh, discusses the problem and how computer energy management systems can help to control the time and rate of electricity usage.