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eMeter Opens New Office in India

Expands Global Presence

SAN MATEO, Calif., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- eMeter Corporation, a provider of meter data management (MDM) enterprise software to electric, gas, and water utilities, announced today that it has recently opened new offices in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. eMeter now has offices in North America, Australia, and India.

"The 12,000-square-foot building was opened in response to growing interest and demand for eMeter's core product -- EnergyIP(TM) -- a premier enterprise MDM software platform," said Naren Prasad, Chief Product Architect, eMeter Corporation; and Chief Managing Director, eMeter India Pvt. Ltd.. "The initial response to our presence in the region has been very exciting," said Mr. Prasad. "I am delighted that we are able to extend our talented engineering team and continue to hire the best people," he added.

"eMeter is experiencing a period of dynamic growth, and the new offices further enhance our worldwide enterprise software development capabilities," said Cree Edwards, Chairman and CEO. "Our accomplished staff in India enables us to continue creating top-quality product using best practices in the industry."

Noida is the acronym for New Okhla Industrial Development Area. Set up in the late 1970s, the northern Indian city, created under the UP Industrial Area Development Act, has first-class amenities and is considered to be one of the more modern suburbs of Delhi in the National Capital Region.

About eMeter

With 20 million meters under contract, eMeter Corporation of San Mateo, California, provides software that enables electric, gas, and water utilities to realize the full benefits of their Advanced Metering and Smart Grid initiatives. EnergyIP(TM), eMeter's premier enterprise MDM software platform, offers a full suite of Meter Data Management functionality, an Integration Platform for linking a variety of AMI systems to multiple utility information systems, and Business Process Management Tools specializing in AMI implementation, operations, and maintenance. eMeter's experienced professional services team is available to plan, install, and configure the EnergyIP(TM) software, as well as provide strategic consulting services related to meter data management, advanced metering, and demand response. eMeter recently announced a strategic partnership for global distribution with Siemens Corporation. For more information visit: http://www.emeter.com/.

Contact Information: Denise Rushing Vice President, Marketing eMeter Corporation (650) 227-7770 [email protected]

eMeter Corporation

CONTACT: Denise Rushing, Vice President, Marketing of eMeter
Corporation, +1-650-227-7770, [email protected]

Web site: http://www.emeter.com/

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