Top state legislators travel to San Diego to review technology

“Sure, they’re coming to see the advanced technology DPC’s created for City government but more importantly they’re coming to see the simplicity we’ve designed into it allowing anyone, not just technology gurus, to use the technology in their everyday lives,” said Roger Talamantez, chief executive officer and president of the DPC.

Jan. 23, 2001—Northern Alternative Energy, Inc., through its affiliate, Navitas Energy, said January 16 that it recently executed power purchase agreements with investor-owned utility Xcel Energy (formerly Northern States Power) which will result in the installation of 650 MW of wind and combustion turbine energy to be developed at five sites in Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin.

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