Nuclear Management Company, LLC, renews value contract with Everest VIT®

Flanders, NJ, March 20, 2003 — Nuclear Management Company (NMC) renewed its Value Contract with Everest VIT. In accordance with this contract, Everest VIT will provide Remote Visual Inspection (RVI) services and equipment to NMC’s nuclear plants on an ongoing and as-needed basis.

The value contract between Everest VIT and NMC came after requests by several NMC operation sites. Each site has been allocated funds for Everest VIT’s inspection services and equipment.

Everest VIT offers knowledge and experience in nuclear power generation inspection applications and RVI equipment. Everest VIT’s extensive range of RVI products and services save the nuclear power industry time and money by minimizing downtime, limiting radiation exposure to personnel, and performing safe and efficient inspections.

About Nuclear Management Company, LLC

Nuclear Management Company, LLC, headquartered in Hudson, Wisconsin, operates six nuclear generating plants including Monticello Nuclear Generating Station, Prairie Island Nuclear Generating Station, Kewaunee Nuclear Power Plant, Point Beach Nuclear Plant, Duane Arnold Energy Center and Palisades Nuclear Plant.

About Everest VIT

Headquartered in Flanders, New Jersey, Everest VIT is a specialist in the development, sales, rental, training and onsite service of Remote Visual Inspection equipment. Everest VIT’s services and products enable companies to inspect machinery, facilities and infrastructure in the safest, quickest and most cost-effective manner possible.

Everest VIT products have been used to streamline the inspection process in all industries where safety, security and accuracy are of paramount concern, such as aviation, power generation, processing, manufacturing, law enforcement, environmental and infrastructure. For more information on Everest VIT visit www.everestvit.com or call 888-332-EVIT(3848) or 973-448-0077.

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