St. Louis, Mo., September 18, 2002 — Distribution Control Systems, Inc. (DCSI) has appointed H. Ward Camp for the position of Vice President, Regulatory and Strategic Alliances.
As Vice President, Camp will be working with national standards bodies and represent DCSI before state and federal regulatory commissions. Additionally, he will actively participate in the formulation of strategic alliances within the utility industry.
Camp comes to DCSI from USPowerSolutions where he was Vice President and held similar responsibilities. Previously he was Vice President at PNM/Avistar, and served as General Manager for Avistar’s PHASER Advanced Metering Services business unit. Camp and earned his BA and Juris Doctor at the University of Oklahoma.
Martin Kaiser, DCSI President, stated, “Camp’s background in the utility automation industry, excellent credentials and his knowledge of regulatory impact in the energy arena, will complement and enhance DCSI’s marketplace capabilities.”
DCSI, a subsidiary of ESCO Technologies Inc., is located in St. Louis, Missouri, and has manufactured and marketed the highly successful and field-proven TWACS two-way power line communication technology for over 20 years.
TWACS cost-effectively provides unique capabilities ideally suited for AMR, Load Control, Interval Data, TOU/Real-Time Pricing, Line-Voltage Monitoring, Outage/Restoration Data, Disconnect/Connect, and Tamper/Theft Detection using open architecture interfaces. There are over 5.5 million devices installed or under contract. For more information visit www.twacs.com.