Electric rates rise 300 percent for Baja California businesses

The vice-president of the National Transformation Industry Chamber (Canacitra), Federico Prieto Gaxiola, pointed out that “we cannot operate efficiently as demand exceeds the electric power offer by large.”

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 2, 2000–IPNet Solutions Inc. recently announced a partnership with Systrends, an electronic data interchange (EDI) consulting firm and systems integrator focused on the energy industry. Together, IPNet and Systrends offer utilities a total solution combining IPNet’s connectivity and transaction management technology with Systrends’ EDI & XML data mapping, integration, implementation and training in the deregulating energy industry.

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