T&D World Magazine

Nighthawk Systems Announces Sales to Washington Electric District

Nighthawk Systems, Inc. has received a second order for CEO700 whole-house disconnect units from Chelan County Public Utility District in Washington. This second order follows an initial order from Chelan County PUD placed in September 2006. Chelan County PUD operates three hydro projects that deliver clean, renewable, low-cost energy to local residents and to other utilities that serve 7 million residents of the Pacific Northwest. General Pacific, Inc., a distributor of electrical apparatus and supplies in the Northwest U.S., assisted with the sales.

The CEO700 gives electric utilities the ability to wirelessly disconnect and reconnect power to residential electric meters from a centralized location, saving them significant time and money over the traditional manual disconnect method requiring multiple truck rolls and field personnel.

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