#b#Contract Awarded#/b#

Princeton Power Systems Inc., 3175 Princeton Pike Lawrenceville, 08648; 609-955-5390; fax, 609-751-9225. Marshall Cohen, CEO. www.princetonpower.com.

Princeton Power Systems, manufacturer of alternative energy products, will provide the U.S. Army an energy storage system (ESS) as a back-up source and energy resource for the new microgrid system at Fort Bliss, Texas.

Princeton Power is the subcontractor to the microgrid system, being developed by Lockheed Martin, which is leading the project. The 20-foot containerized ESS consists of a 100 kilowatt grid-tied inverter and multiple advanced lead-acid batteries, capable of producing 20 kilowatt hours of energy. In there is a power outage, the ESS provides enough energy to power the base, allowing it to function as an independent energy resource.

Princeton Power Systems last month moved from Princeton Service Center to a new headquarters at 3175 Princeton Pike, the company’s second in a year. The company had moved from its former location in the Sarnoff Center to Princeton Service Center in early 2011.

The firm develops patented electric power conversion technology for variable speed motor control, power quality, renewable and distributed generation applications.

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Revere Data LLC, 1 Palmer Square, Suite 425, Princeton; www.reveredata.com.

Revere Data LLC, an investment analyst, has moved from its office on Palmer Square. Based in San Francisco, the company also maintains offices in New York City, Boston, and Youngstown, OH.


Arthur Krosnick, 88, died on May 23. A researcher in diabetes, he had a medical practice in Trenton.

An admirer of woodworker George Nakashima, Krosnick’s home was furnished entirely in Nakashima — right down to the picture frames, lamp bases, doorknobs, and headboards. After a fire in 1989 destroyed Krosnick’s home, Nakashima recreated all the works that had been lost.

Claude G. Sutphen, 79, died Friday, June 1. Sutphen worked and later served as superintendent of Princeton Cemetery for more than 45 years.

Patricia Celley Groth, 80, died on May 27. She served as a writing instructor and tutor at the College of New Jersey and Rutgers University, as well as on the faculty of the New Jersey Artist/Teacher Institute, in TCNJ’s College Bound Program.

Thomas J. Boyle, 64, died on May 27. He was an analyst for the state Department of Environmental Protection.

Simon L. Bruning Jr., 81, died on June 1. He was employed for 31 years with RCA Astro Space/GE Aerospace of East Windsor where he worked on environmental testing, and as a spacecraft technician on commercial, military, and NASA satellites until his retirement in 1993.

Raymond G. Wasko, 83, died May 31. He owned and operated Wasko Printing Company in Trenton.

Rose Quarino Piscione, 86, died on June 1. She worked for Hub Distributors in Lawrencville for more than 25 years, retiring in 1988.

Susan DelVecchio Powell, a branch manager with National State Bank in Trenton, died on June 1.

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