Power Measurement celebrates 20 years of energy management work

VICTORIA, BC, April 29, 2003 — This month, Power Measurement celebrates the 20th anniversary of its incorporation.

Based in Victoria, British Columbia, Power Measurement is a provider of enterprise energy management (EEM) systems, with more than 300 employees worldwide, and representation in over 90 countries.

Since 1983, the company’s ION® software and intelligent metering and control products have helped energy suppliers and large industrial and commercial consumers reduce energy costs and maximize uptime. Power Measurement customers include Oncor, Stanford University, Oracle Corporation, Lexis Nexis, and NASA.

Named one of “Canada’s Top 100 Employers for 2003” by Macleans magazine, Power Measurement is also featured this month as one of three “British Columbia Success Stories” in the new Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade publication “Opening Doors to the World.” Power Measurement president and CEO Bradford Forth, attributes the company’s continued success to its “world-class” employees and to the company’s long-standing tradition of “relevant innovation.”

“The company was founded on innovation, with a direct focus on customer needs,” said Forth. “Right from the start, Power Measurement identified the need for businesses to accurately measure and manage electrical energy. To meet this need, the company developed the world’s first microprocessor-based three-phase panel-mount meter, and helped start the revolution from analog to digital metering. Today, Power Measurement continues to innovate, and define the leading edge.”

To help celebrate its 20th anniversary, the company has launched an enhanced web site, with new resources to provide energy-management answers and solutions. The web site includes industry briefs on specific EEM applications, customer case studies, and an industry resource portal.

For more information, call toll-free at 866-466-7627, or visit www.pwrm.com.

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