Solar Power Systems to Provide Valuable Peak Electricity Amidst California Power Crunch

These two micro-generation plants are designed to produce power on-site during peak demand periods when the electricity supply is most scarce and, consequently, most expensive. The solar power panels were purchased separately by the Cities of Los Angeles and Anaheim via their own municipal utilities, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and Anaheim Public Utilities.

TORONTO and WATERVILLE, Maine—Rekadom Inc. announced the successful completion of a consulting services contract at Toronto Hydro with the commencement of full production billing and customer service center operations July 5th for an additional 450,000 of Toronto Hydro Electric System’s customers on BANNER CIS. In June of 1999 Rekadom Inc. implemented an initial 230,000 Toronto Hydro customers onto BANNER CIS; with this latest conversion and system integration effort, Toronto Hydro now has their entire customer base online.

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