Tensleep announces Great Southwest Meters to distribute EnergyMatrix

AUSTIN, Texas, May 28, 2002 — Tensleep Corp., a business and technology developer, recently announced that in October 2001 it negotiated an agreement between Appliance Partners and Great Southwest Meters, in which Great Southwest Meters agrees to distribute the EnergyMatrixâ„-, a meter data communications device.

“The EnergyMatrixâ„- meter is an exciting new product developed to address the growing need for access to metered energy demand and consumption data in real time over the Internet,” said Jeremy Lancon, president of Great Southwest Meters. “The availability of this new product will permit us to expand our current offerings to a wide range of customers in the Dallas area and beyond.”

“We are pleased to have Great Southwest Meters as a distributor of the EnergyMatrixâ„- solution, and anticipate that Appliance Partners will work close with them to pursue significant new sales opportunities in Texas,” added Ed Finamore, Tensleep’s vice president of corporate development.

“We believe that Great Southwest Meters will achieve significant success by offering the EnergyMatrixâ„- to utilities and customers that recognize the benefits of obtaining real-time access to metered data over the Internet.”

Great Southwest Meters provides a wide range of solutions for accurate measurement of energy usage and is committed to being a leading-edge provider of real-time Internet-based metering solutions for the rapidly deregulating utility environment. For additional information contact 972/937-4755 or GreatSWMeters@aol.com.

Appliance Partners is a strategic partnership formed in 2000 between Appliance-Lab and Tensleep for the purpose of providing better communications in the use of energy management systems in the energy and utility industries.

Tensleep acquires and licenses technology and develops high-tech, Internet-related and energy management system companies. The company’s subsidiaries and strategic partners are focused in developing, manufacturing and selling Internet and communications products, services and solutions in niche markets.

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