Con Edison restores some power after World Trade Center

HOUSTON, Sept. 17, 2001 – New York’s Consolidated Edison Inc. Monday said it restored power to parts of Lower Manhattan but warned customers to minimize use as much as possible while electric work continues in the area.

ST. LOUIS, Sept. 17, 2001 – Distribution Control Systems, Inc. (DCSI), a subsidiary of ESCO Technologies Inc., and Wisconsin Public Service Corporation (WPSC), a subsidiary of WPS Resources Corporation, today announced the approval and signing of a follow-on contract for DCSI’s TWACS® (Two-Way Automatic Communication System) AMR (Automatic Meter Reading) project.

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