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AGL Energy and EDMI have signed a deal for software and related services for AGL's Active Stream metering service company.
AGL Energy and EDMI have signed a deal for software and related services for AGL's Active Stream metering service company.

EDMI and Australian energy company AGL Energy have signed a deal to provide software and related services for AGL's Active Stream metering service company.

The five-year deal is said to be the first major agreement signed in response to the Power of Choice regulatory changes in Australia.

Osaki Electric subsidiary, EDMI has reached an historic agreement to provide software and related services to Active Stream, an Australian metering services business, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of AGL Energy Limited.

Andrew Thomas, Executive Director - EDMI Australasia believes the partnership will deliver benefits to Australian consumers as the Australian market comes to terms with what he calls “the communification of energy”.

“EDMI will be supplying a range of metering and cloud-based software solutions that will not only help address Active Stream’s challenges today, but allow for significant advances into the future,” said Mr Thomas.

The company will offer “a range of applications into a seamless and unified experience to allow Active Stream to offer differentiated solutions to customers,” he said.

The agreement builds on Active Stream’s capabilities to offer digital solutions for energy analysis and management.

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