- St. Louis, Mo.-based Belden CDT, Inc. recently dropped the CDT from its name. The company hopes the change will unify its corporate identity with its flagship brand: Belden.
- Boston-based Color Kinetics, Inc. and Chicago-based iLight Technologies, Inc. recently formed an alliance through which iLight will license Color Kinetics' patent portfolio to add color-changing offerings to its LED-based product lines. This includes the Plexineon RGB Series, as well as future products.
- City Utilities of Springfield, Mo., recently retained Muscatine, Iowa-based Stanley Consultants to design a new 300MW coal-fired electric-generating power plant. The $697 million state-of-the-art unit will use a pulverized coal steam generator with a selective catalytic reduction system, spray dry absorber, and baghouse for emissions control.
Business Briefs for the Week of July 31, 2006
Belden CDT, Inc., Color Kinetics, Inc., iLight Technologies, Stanley Consultants