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Corporate News

Monday, March 10th, 2008

City of Auburn, Alabama, and San Juan County, Washington, Are Latest to Sign ESRI Small Government E

PR―Small governments across the United States are signing up for ESRI’s new Small Municipal and County Government Enterprise License Agreement (ELA) program. The City of Auburn, Alabama, and San Juan County, Washington, recently joined other small governments taking advantage of a program that allows them to expand geographic information system (GIS) technology across the enterprise while

Monday, March 10th, 2008

Intergraph Advances Solutions for Utilities and Communications Providers

PR – Intergraph Corp. continues to evolve its solutions for design, asset, outage and mobile workforce management to enable utilities and communications providers to respond more quickly and efficiently to market opportunities, customer demands and regulatory requirements. More than 500 utilities and communications providers worldwide currently use Intergraph’s geospatially-enabled solutions to design and manage their

Monday, March 10th, 2008

REC Solar Opens Oregon Operations

PR – REC Solar, a rapidly growing provider of residential and commercial solar electric systems, today announced it is opening sales offices in Portland, Oregon. The San Luis Obispo, California-based company said it would focus on selling commercial solar electric installations to businesses throughout the state.

Monday, March 10th, 2008

GE Energy Announces Second Wind Turbine Agreement

PR – GE Energy has secured its second contract over $1 billion in recent months with Invenergy Wind LLC to provide wind turbines for new projects that will further increase North America’s rapidly growing supply of clean, wind-generated electricity. Under the agreement announced today, GE will supply Invenergy with 750 megawatts of wind turbines, enough

Monday, March 10th, 2008

TXU Energy Launches Energy Education Program in Cleburne

PR – Cleburne ISD has been selected to be the first participant in the TXU Energy Solar Academy education program. This educational initiative provides selected school districts across Texas with the latest solar technology and energy lessons for the classroom.

Monday, March 10th, 2008

GiraSolar Group at 1st Solar Energy Technologies Fair in Istanbul

PR – GiraSolar, Inc. today announced that its subsidiary GiraSolar Turkey Ltd. exhibits at the first Turkish national solar energy technologies fair and exhibition .

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

Bunkspeed Launches Automotive and Transportation Division

PR – Bunkspeed, Inc., the provider of groundbreaking 3D rendering solutions, announced today it has created an Automotive and Transportation Division to strengthen its customer support presence in US, European, and Asian markets. The new division will base its operations out of Detroit, Michigan.

Friday, March 7th, 2008

GIS Eases Workforce Transition and Boosts Efficiency for Rural Colorado Electric Co-op

PR — When a Colorado utility recently confronted an increasingly common business concern—several of its 185 employees will be retiring soon—management turned to ESRI for geographic information system (GIS) solutions.

Friday, March 7th, 2008

ArcGIS Server Gives Maui Electric Company Enterprise GIS Access Using the Web

PR — Maui Electric Company, Limited (MECO), is using ESRI’s ArcGIS Server software to quickly and easily deliver geographic information system (GIS) capabilities throughout the organization. With support from Information Services supervisors, MECO’s GIS shop implemented the Web-based system out of the box to deliver spatial applications and data to utility workers for use in daily

Friday, March 7th, 2008

1Spatial Lifts Revenues by 40 Per Cent

PR – 1Spatial, a Cambridge based leader in spatial data management, has posted more than 40 per cent revenues growth in the half-year to December, with expansion into Europe and government initiatives driving the upsurge. Revenues for the six months rose to £4.1m (H1 06: £2.8m). It was the company’s ninth consecutive half-year of profit