Siemens, eMeter to implement meter data management system

Orlando, Fla., August 30, 2011 — Siemens Energy, Inc. is implementing the meter data management system, eMeter EnergyIP for member utilities of WPPI Energy, a regional power company serving 51 consumer-owned utilities in Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa.

Siemens will configure, deliver and support the project implementation, which began in June.

A comprehensive MDMS will provide WPPI Energy personnel with the visibility and capability to use meter data to perform load forecasting and analysis, provide peak load management, develop new pricing programs and enable new demand response programs.

This implementation will be hosted on-site at the WPPI Energy facilities in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, and will be shared to support other member-owned utilities the company services. 

With the multi-organizational capabilities of eMeter EnergyIP, Siemens will be able to configure the MDMS to support the business processes of each WPPI Energy member utility, which will allow WPPI Energy to provide each utility with secure access to its own data.

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