CES, Hunt ally to deliver integrated energy management

This alliance will utilize the marketing and product strengths of both companies, integrating CES’s outage management system with Hunt’s Turtle automated meter reading system. The Minnesota-based Turtle System serves more than 15 million meter end points for rural electric cooperatives, municipals, and investor-owned utilities. Atlanta-based CES provides operations resource management solutions for some of the world’s investor-owned utilities.

Norwalk, CT, July 16, 2001 – RJM Corporation, a provider of innovative emission control technologies, today announced multiple contracts for the installation of its RJM ARIS Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Technology on more than 100 diesel and gas engines in the United States.

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