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Alstom Grid has closed the acquisition of ASAT Solutions Inc., a Calgary, Alberta, Canada-based substation automation solutions provider.

ASAT is a smart grid technology company that specializes in managing, securing, and delivering substation information for utility operation, maintenance and asset management applications. According to the company, its technologies enable electric utilities to be proactive with the information for improving the power system operation, efficiency and reliability.

The addition of ASAT products is expected to complement Alstom Grid's MiCOM protection relays and extend the offering of the DS Agile digital control systems.




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