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GridGlo LLC, a company specializing in data fusion and smart grid data analytics, has announced the addition of Armando J. Olivera as an advisor to its board of directors.

Olivera is the retired president and CEO of Florida Power & Light Co. (FPL), a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Inc.

"GridGlo is honored to have Mr. Olivera as a key resource to the company,” says Isaias Sudit, founder and CEO of GridGlo. “His decades of utility industry experience and relationships will provide tremendous support to GridGlo as we continue to grow our business."

FPL appointed Olivera president in 2003 and CEO in 2008, and he retired in May 2012 after 40 years with the company. During his tenure, he managed a multibillion-dollar capital investment program that included one of the country’s largest deployments of smart meters.





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