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PowerSecure International Inc., a provider of utility and energy technologies, says it has been awarded approximately $25 million of new business.

The company says the new business awards include approximately $15 million of additional utility infrastructure (UI) business, approximately $7 million of new turnkey distributed generation (DG) business and approximately $3 million in new energy efficiency (EE) sales.

The $15 million in new UI awards include substation, transmission and distribution work for ongoing utility system maintenance and construction projects, primarily for large utilities and large industrial sites, according to PowerSecure. This work comprises new distribution and transmission projects for utilities in the Midwest, Southeast and South Central U.S. that are investing to upgrade their existing grid assets and expand their networks.

PowerSecure says the $7 million in new DG business includes projects for hospitals, industrial sites and retailers. Approximately $2 million of this total reflects DG systems for several national grocery chains.

The $3 million in new EE awards include approximately $1 million in new ESCO business to implement energy efficiency improvements at a major facility in the Midwest on behalf of a large ESCO customer, the company adds.

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