GE Smallworld technology provides geospatial solution to NSTAR Utilities

GE Smallworld software applications and technology will replace several legacy GIS systems used throughout NSTAR’s entire electric and gas operation. NSTAR provides electricity and gas service to a combined customer base of 1.3 million people in the eastern part of Massachusetts.

WASHINGTON, April 25, 2001 – “The electric utility industry risks falling into the boom-and-bust cycle prevalent in other sectors of the nation’s energy industry,” warned Glenn English, CEO of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).

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