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Survalent Technology has commissioned two new supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. The new systems were commissioned for the Southwest Texas Electric Cooperative (STEC) and Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB).

STEC is a member-owned electric utility that provides electric service to around 9,109 meters within 7,200 square miles of rural West Texas. STEC is a member of the Golden Spread Electric Cooperative, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association and Texas Electric Cooperatives.

EWEB, founded in 1911, is a customer-owned utility and provides electricity and water to more than 86,000 customers in Eugene, Ore.



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