MISO terminates agreement with MAIN

In a letter to the chairman of MAIN’s executive committee, James P. Torgerson, president and CEO of the Midwest ISO, stated that because Commonwealth Edison, Illinois Power Co. and Ameren Corp. are no longer members of the Midwest ISO, and because MAIN has offered to continue security coordination for those three companies from its facility in Lombard, IL, the rationale for continuing the agreement no longer exists.

VANCOUVER, BC, June 14, 2001 – NxtPhase Corporation, a developer of digital and fiber optic solutions for the electric power industry, was honored at the British Columbia Technology Industry Association (BC TIA) Awards.

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