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Utility Integration Solutions Inc. (UISOL), a utility systems integration and demand response specialist, says it has expanded its smart grid consulting services by welcoming five new executives to its team.

Vice President Robert Uluski, a leader in power system operations with 35 years' experience, will lead UISOL's newly established DMS and distribution automation consulting practice. Vice President Andrew Gay, a 25-year utility industry project management office (PMO) veteran, will lead UISOL's PMO and systems integration testing practice.

Senior Director Manuel Atanacio, an electric systems operations expert with more than two decades of experience, will lead UISOL's control center services. Vice President Siri Varadan, with over 20 years of experience in all aspects of the asset management lifecycle, will lead UISOL's asset management solutions practice. Director Cindy Menon, a PMP with two decades' experience, will lead proposal management and marketing efforts in support of UISOL's continued growth globally.






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