Alberta’s transmission administrator looks to improve supply

As a part of the operation of a safe and reliable electric system, Alberta is required to have an approximately seven percent (7 %) additional electricity capacity on “standby” to keep the electric system balanced and stable. This reserve power was traditionally provided by generators from within Alberta and is supplied through commercial agreements with the Transmission Administrator. With the signing of this agreement, a portion of Alberta’s reserve is now being provided by an external supplier.

MORRISTOWN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 3, 2001–SPL WorldGroup, a supplier of customer management solutions to the global energy industry, will launch CorDaptix at this year’s 25th Annual CIS conference in Albuquerque, N.M. The CIS conference launch activities will mark the start of a global product rollout by SPL that will see CorDaptix formally introduced to Europe in late June and to Asian markets later in July. CorDaptix has been through months of extensive testing with implementations at two of North America’s largest energy companies including TXU, as well as with Delta in the Netherlands.

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