Detroit Edison’s Lily Substation in Mich. begins operation

“The new substation means improved reliability for our customers in the West Bloomfield area, especially when electricity demand is high due to air conditioning use on hot summer days,” said Ron May, vice president, Energy Delivery and Service. “This facility enables Detroit Edison to boost the distribution of power in the community to accommodate the new and enlarged homes and businesses that have sprung up in the area in the past several years.”

BOSTON, Nov 13, 2000 (PRNewswire via COMTEX) — Privately held Internet-based energy service provider SmartEnergy today announced it had completed its Series A round, having received funding from an investor group.

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