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Hunt Power announces plans to acquire E-MON to bolster meter business

March 1, 2003
In a move that will broaden its reach from utilities to end users at commercial, industrial and institutional installations, Hunt Power L.P., Dallas,

In a move that will broaden its reach from utilities to end users at commercial, industrial and institutional installations, Hunt Power L.P., Dallas, has acquired E-MON Corp., Langhorne, Pa., one of the largest manufacturers of submetering equipment.

E-MON, with 36 employees, manufactures electric meters and other energy hardware, software and services for the electric submetering industry. E-MON has more than 3,000 distributors supported by 29 independent sales representative agencies. Historically, E-MON's focus has been on providing metering solutions to end users at apartment complexes, factories, airports and other buildings that need power usage or the power consumption of tenants monitored.

Hunt Power provides solutions in the electric industry in traditional IPP generation, distributive generation, metering and information.