Cummins power generation manufacturer selects eXcelon B2B portal server

Implemented by Alto Consulting and Training, a leading systems integrator and eXcelon partner, the Cummins Power Generation system will provide engineers with product sizing and specification information needed to design and configure Cummins Power Generation electrical power systems for commercial buildings.

Dec. 18, 2000—Construction will start immediately on an emergency replacement of the Ramsey-McHenry 230 kV transmission line, Great River Energy’s only alternating current (AC) transmission line in North Dakota, the Minnesota cooperative said Friday.

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