Electrotek selected to demonstrate aggregated power dispatch potential in the price-responsive load market

Under the project, backup generator supply will be dispatchable as a substitute for electricity normally supplied through the competitive energy market operated by the New York Independent System Operator. From the perspective of utility distribution companies, such as the Long Island Power Authority, the backup generators will function as a demand-side management tool.

RICHMOND, Va., June 5, 2001 — Square D, a division of Paris-based Schneider Electric, and Tridium Inc., a provider of Internet-enabled, automation software infrastructure and applications, announced a multi-year strategic alliance.

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