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MicroPlanet Technology Corp., a provider of smart grid and power quality technology, has announced plans to add John M. Fluke to its board of directors. The appointment is subject to regulatory approvals.

Fluke has been the chairman of Fluke Capital Management (parent of Fluke Venture Partners) since 1980. Prior to 1990, he served as chairman and CEO of Fluke Corp., a company focused on precision electronic measuring devices. He has served as a director of PACCAR Inc. since 1984, Gray Rock Energy Inc. since 2006, Precision Genome Engineering Inc. since 2010 and SuperCritical Technologies Inc. since 2011.


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