Sempa Power seeks candidates for smart grid pilot program

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Boston, May 18, 2010 — Smart Grid innovator Sempa Power is seeking municipal and industrial partners in New England for participation in the New England Independent Electricity System Operator’s Alternative Technology Regulation Pilot Program.

Successful entrants will incur no cost and will be financially rewarded for participation in the pilot program. Participants will subsequently be qualified for an ongoing revenue opportunity associated with the program’s success.

Ideal candidates have large electric equipment that operates to fulfill a consistent workload with a degree of process flexibility or functional range. Examples include:

* Water and waste water treatment systems
* Wood chippers / rock crushers
* Large battery charging stations
* Electric boilers
* Chillers / cold storage
* Energy from waste generators

It is important to note that the primary work function, life cycle and operational costs of participant’s equipment will not be negatively impacted by participation in the smart grid network and pilot program.

At no cost to the candidate, Sempa’s Smart Grid Team will assess each applicant’s operational assets and determine the level of revenue they can earn from participation.

Sempa Power Systems Ltd. is a smart grid company providing system regulation and energy solutions to utilities as well as commercial and industrial clients. The solutions help manage the distribution of electricity while reducing cost and cutting greenhouse gas emissions.

ISO New England is the independent, not-for-profit corporation responsible for reliably operating New England’s bulk electric power generation and transmission system, overseeing and ensuring the fair administration of the region’s wholesale electricity markets, and managing comprehensive regional electric power planning.

 

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