Lockheed Martin Corp. selects AES NewEnergy as electricity supplier in Maryland

The 10-month contract to serve its full electricity requirements, beginning this July, will provide the Middle River facility with a stable, predictably priced electricity supply in the potentially volatile coming months. AES NewEnergy is also working with Lockheed Martin to reduce its energy costs while enhancing the PJM Interconnection’s reliability under AES NewEnergy’s Voluntary ISO Profit (VIP) Program.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., June 11, 2001 — Smart Systems Technologies has announced that Ben Montoya has joined the company as Interim Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President of New Business Development.

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