Chartwell unveils monthly service providing research analysis and reporting of AMR industry

QUEBEC CITY, Quebec, Sept. 10, 2001 – The automated meter reading industry has an all-new, first-of-its-kind monthly research and information service aimed at keeping utilities, and the vendors that serve them, up to date on the latest in remote meter reading technologies and AMR market developments.

Chartwell, a market research firm serving utilities and others operating in retail energy, announces this new monthly service today at the AMR industry’s premier event, the AMRA 2001 International Symposium.

With today’s release of the The Chartwell AMR Report 2001, 6th Edition, Chartwell launches a whole new era in reporting and researching this industry that is so vital to the future of the utility and energy services business. The Chartwell AMR Report, which provides case studies, market research analysis, installation listings, market projections and vendor profiles, is now enhanced with ongoing, Web-based research services and case studies to keep members updated on the latest changes in this industry.

“For nearly a decade, Chartwell has kept the industry abreast of the latest trends and technologies surrounding AMR deployments with our annual industry report,” said Dennis Smith, editorial and market research director for Chartwell. “With this new service, we are raising the bar. We are keeping the industry continuously informed of the changes going on around them.”

The volatility that defines today’s business climate mandates ongoing updates and analysis of the events and breaking news that affect everyone working in the AMR industry.

The service will offer the following:

* A copy of the just-released 455-page research report, The Chartwell AMR Report 2001, 6th Edition, with its all-new industry analysis, case studies on AMR implementations at energy providers, surveys of utilities about their AMR plans, and profiles of AMR vendors;

* An annual subscription to The Chartwell AMR Report, which includes ongoing analysis of Chartwell’s exclusive industry data, additional case studies profiling pioneering utility companies, more vendor profiles, and a summary of the latest news and technology releases, all delivered twice-monthly to members via email or on Chartwell’s Online Energy Research Library;

* Access to Chartwell industry analysts and input on future research;

* Company-wide access to the report and monthly releases.

For information on this new AMR research, please contact Dennis Smith or Philip Dunklin at (404) 237-9099, or visit .

SOURCE: Chartwell Inc.

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