Cupertino Electric forms new divisions, names managers

Aug. 15, 2001
August 16, 2001 Cupertino Electric Inc. has formed two divisions designed to address the needs of businesses.

August 16, 2001 Cupertino Electric Inc. (CEI—www.cei.com) has formed two divisions designed to address the needs of businesses in today's energy-strapped, technology-driven economy. The Energy Solutions division will focus on offerings that reduce customers' energy costs, lessen reliance on the power grid, and guard against power interruption. The Technology Services division will concentrate on end-to-end systems integration solutions designed to provide customers with the IT infrastructure they need to advance their businesses.

Senior vice president Jim Medefesser has been selected to head the Energy Solutions division. He will work with CEI's teams of engineers and energy specialists to deliver solutions for the total energy and power needs of the company's customer base.

Leading the Technology Services division will be vice president Brent Neville, RCDD. In this role, Neville will be responsible for the development of CEI's network systems and systems integration capabilities. The division will address the needs of businesses to integrate fast-evolving technologies in the networking, broadband, data, and voice transmission areas.

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