2019 eLogger User Conference14 February 2019
eLogger hosted their user conference in Orlando, FL, from February 4-6, 2019. Such a fun and educational event. Big thanks to Tucson Electric Power (TEP), Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth, Liberty Paper, City of Punta Gorda, and Grant PUD for demonstrating your eLogger systems to our attendees. Also, thank you Orlando Utilities (OUC) for the site visit. Our next user conference is planned for February, 2021 in Palm Springs, CA.
American Zinc Recycling11 February 2019
Please welcome American Zinc Recycling to the eLogger family of clients. AZR plans to utilize eLogger for Bypass, Tuning Parameters, Changes, and Management of Change, creating efficiency in their operations. American Zinc Recycling (AZR) leads the industry as an integrated producer of zinc, zinc oxide and zinc powder from recycled sources. Each year, they recycle thousands of tons of zinc-containing electric arc furnace dust and secondary materials, batteries, nickel bearing waste and other metals.
New Jersey Zinc Company and St. Joe Resources Company date back to the mid-1800s. The Company was renamed American Zinc Recycling in 2017 and is based in Pittsburgh, PA. INMETCO, located in Ellwood City, PA, was acquired in 2009. AZR’s subsidiaries operate strategically located facilities throughout the United States. AZR is a leading recycler of electric arc furnace dust along with other metal-bearing materials, and a leading United States producer of specialty zinc and zinc-based products. INMETCO, LLC. is a leading processor of nickel-bearing wastes in North America, recycling thousands of tons of nickel, chromium, iron, molybdenum and cadmium-bearing wastes each year.
Quail Run Energy Center30 January 2019
We are excited to welcome another NAES managed facility into our family of users. Quail Run Energy Center is a gas-fired facility located in Ector County consisting of 4 GE Energy 7EA and 2 Steam turbines which achieved COD in two phases.
Southwest Generation23 January 2019
Southwest Generation has joined the eLogger’s family of clients. Southwest Generation is a rapidly growing privately held energy company based in Denver, Colorado, that is building a diversified portfolio of natural gas-fired power generation assets. Southwest Generation employs a strategy of improving operational efficiency, reducing costs and increasing the overall value of power generation assets. Their clean, efficient gas-fired generation assets are flexible and responsive to the integration of wind and solar generation resources, providing reliable regulation for renewable technologies. Southwest Generation has facilities located in California, New Mexico and Colorado.
Touro College21 January 2019
Please join eLogger in welcoming Touro College to our client family. Touro College is a private college of higher and professional education in New York City, New York. With three schools – School of Medicine, Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences, and School of Health Sciences and Practice – on one campus in Westchester County, New York, NYMC offers a large catchment area that enables their students to treat and work with culturally and economically diverse populations, and pursue a wide range of career, residency and internship opportunities. Their affiliate hospitals are some of the finest in the tri-state area, and their faculty is unsurpassed in their dedication and skill.
eLogger will be utilized for compliance, specifically for medication refrigeration and infection prevention monitoring.
Empire District Electric Company15 January 2019
Please welcome Empire District Electric Company to our eLogger family of clients. On January 3, 2017, Empire District joined the Liberty Utilities family. Empire is a regulated utility providing electric, natural gas (through its wholly owned subsidiary The Empire District Gas Company), and water service, to approximately 218,000 customers in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. A subsidiary of the company provides fiber optic services.
Based in Joplin, Missouri, Empire now serves as the headquarters for the Liberty Utilities Central Region, serving nearly 340,000 customers across seven states.
Alameda County Water District09 January 2019
Please join eLogger in welcoming California water municipality Alameda County Water District to our family of water clients. Alameda’s goal is to simplify and improve their logkeeping, providing an efficient and impressive system in which to enter a wide variety of logs and from which data, reports, and regulatory compliance information can be readily and cleanly extracted. Alameda has a long history of service and efficiency. Serving the Alameda County area for more than 100 years, the district plans, designs, and operates their facilities efficiently, effectively, and safely, while holding paramount their responsibility to be a good neighbor and a good steward of the environment. eLogger looks forward to supporting them in those efforts in every way we are able.
Missouri River Energy Services08 January 2019
eLogger is thrilled to announce Missouri River Energy Services’ Exira plant, located in Iowa, has joined the eLogger client family. Exira is a peaking plant with a strong desire to simplify and improve their shift handover process, their rounds, and their daily narrative logkeeping. As part of Missouri River Energy Services, an organization of 61 member municipalities that own and operate their own electric distribution systems, Exira Station shares a deep dedication to supplying its members with reliable, cost-effective, long-term energy and energy services in a fiscally responsible and environmentally sensitive manner. eLogger is a natural fit in supporting that effort, providing simplicity, efficiency and accountability to the excellent work Exira and Missouri River Energy Services are already producing.
About Missouri River Energy Services Missouri River Energy Services is a not-for-profit joint-action agency that provides wholesale electricity and energy services to 61 member municipalities in the states of Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. All MRES members own and operate local electric distribution systems.