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International Resource News - 21 March 2012

Germany-based Siemens (NYSE: SI) has received a contract from Burlington Electric Department, a municipal department of the City of Burlington that provides an electric service to more than 16,000 residential customers and 2,700 commercial and industrial customers.

The company has received the contract for the sale and implementation of the eMeter(R) EnergyIP(R) meter data management (MDM) platform.

Ken Nolan, manager of power resources at Burlington Electric Department, said, 'After a methodical proposal process, we felt that eMeter EnergyIP was the most robust and flexible software platform in the marketplace today. We also have seen great value in Siemens implementation support. A project of this magnitude could have been overwhelming to a utility of our small size, but Siemens has recognised our constraints, educated us along the way, and provided invaluable support to meet our goals.'

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