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Utilidata Inc., a supplier of voltage optimization and digital automation systems for the electric utility industry, has received an order from Columbus, Ohio-based utility American Electric Power (AEP) to deploy its AdaptiVolt volt/VAR optimization solution on 40 electric distribution circuits in Ohio.

According to Utilidata, the company has now deployed 82 circuits on the AEP distribution system across multiple jurisdictions, including Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.

"AEP is committed to achieving its energy efficiency targets, and Utilidata has been a valuable partner in this effort," comments Ram Sastry, director of distribution services support at AEP.


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