HM Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, Mrs Mary Fagan JP, presented the official Grant of Appointment scroll, for ‘The Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2006: International Trade’, together with an engraved crystal bowl, to Mr Sanjaya Singhal, Chairman of Polymeters Response International (PRI) Limited, on Tuesday 25th July 2006.

The official ceremony, held in the grounds of Winchester Cathedral, was attended by the Mayor of Winchester, Councillor Sue Nelmes, as well as by PRI International agents, and the proud management and staff of PRI Limited. Before the ceremony the Lord-Lieutenant had toured PRI House in Winchester, to meet members of the PRI team.

On behalf of the Company, Mr Singhal thanked the Lord-Lieutenant for the official presentation. He had previously given a brief overview of the company to the assembled audience.

The proceedings concluded with a excellent buffet lunch, served by the Cathedral catering team. A selection of PRI’s innovative smart energy metering products were on display at the event.

This prestigious event took place in the beautiful and historic gardens of No. 1 The Close, which offered guests a unique setting with magnificent views of Winchester Cathedral, which dates back to 1079.

PRI is a modern high technology company based in Winchester, the ancient Capital of Wessex, and now the County Town of Hampshire.

Background
PRI employs staff from Winchester, across the region and across the world to provide “Intelligent products, systems and services for energy and utility revenue management worldwide.” The staff and management are very proud that their business has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2006, in recognition of its very successful export sales.

Note to Editors:
PRI provides Intelligent products, Systems and Services for energy and utility revenue management world wide.

As the Intelligent metering specialists PRI Limited is market leader in the development, production and supply of intelligent electronic meters and software. PRI provide utility companies, industry and commerce with electricity meters as well as related products and services for energy monitoring and management.

PRI was the first company to use microprocessors for the accurate measurement of fundamental electrical parameters - leading to the unique CALMU™ technology available today. This technology has been adapted and refined to meet changing market demands and provides a range of accurate and cost-effective equipment tailored to customer requirements.

The company also supplies electricity meters that are fully approved by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (OFGEM) for use in billing and code of practice applications.

 

 

 

Queens Award Presented at Winchester Cathedral