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PowerSecure International Inc., a provider of utility and energy technologies, has announced that the company has been awarded approximately $50 million of new business.

According to PowerSecure, the new business awards include approximately $24 million of new turnkey distributed generation (DG) business, approximately $2 million of additional utility infrastructure (UI) business and approximately $24 million in new energy efficiency (EE) sales.

PowerSecure says the $24 million in new DG business includes a 3 MW solar project for a biotechnology company and turnkey DG projects for industrial sites and retailers.

The $2 million in new UI awards include substation, transmission and distribution work for ongoing utility system maintenance and construction projects, the company reports.

PowerSecure notes that the $24 million in new EE awards include $23 million in new orders for cold-case lighting and display lighting for retailers, new orders for area lights from utilities and orders for a new commercial lighting product the company has introduced to the market. The remaining $1 million in new awards are projects to implement energy efficiency improvements at public housing facilities.


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