GE's Tendril investment gives it additional access to smart grid software technology

Last week, GE Energy Financial Services made a new equity investment in Tendril Networks, maker of software products that connect utilities and smart devices in homes (see the February 11, 2009 LRPJ). This investment follows closely after Tendril's $30 million Series C financing that closed in June ...

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