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[January 29, 2013]

BPL Global Launches Grid Management Pilot Package

Jan 29, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- BPL Global, a smart grid technology company, announced the launch of its Grid Management Pilot Package.

According to a release, BPL Global will demonstrate at the Distributech Conference in San Diego from Jan. 29-31.

The combination of BPLG's software suite integrated with multi-vendor distribution line sensors provides utilities monitoring of distribution circuits, delivering valuable information on grid conditions downstream of the substation.

"Our package enables the quick deployment of both line monitoring hardware and system software to provide power metrics and fault information that utilities can use to improve reliability and efficiency," said Mark Rupnik, EVP and GM Distribution Solutions of BPLG. "Our solution is designed to provide actionable information so that utilities can improve distribution grid operations and generate a solid return on their investment." Connected Energy Grid Management is a turnkey software, sensor and communications solution.

Grid Management is part of the Connected Energy suite of smart grid solutions including Demand Management, DER Management, Substation Automation and Transformer Monitoring.

BPL Global provides electric utilities with a suite of smart grid solutions for distribution automation.

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