ACEI enters power & energy automation market in China

According to latest official releases, the Chinese government has committed to spending a total of U.S.$120 billion over the next ten years in the areas of energy delivery systems and power automation and monitoring technologies.

BELLEVUE, Wash., Feb. 28, 2001 (BU.S.INESS WIRE)–Following a strong earthquake measuring 6.8 in magnitude that rocked Seattle Wednesday, Puget Sound Energy reported about 200,000 customers without power.


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