Kansas City Power and Light Company orders new substation monitoring and information system

The Esubstation system will be applied initially to KCPL’s Pflumm substation in Kansas City. Expansion to neighboring substations will be facilitated by the initial infrastructure included in the project. Cannon looks forward to this opportunity to partner with KCPL in further developing this exciting technology.

March 22, 2001 – Dr. Mark Cooper made the following statement on behalf of the Consumer Federation of America, the Consumers Union to the Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality, House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee.

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