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Elster EnergyICT has signed a five-year energy management solution contract with SEDAC Energy Management, an Australian energy service company.

Elster EnergyICT says it has delivered its EIServer cloud-based platform in software-as-a-service mode, enabling SEDAC Energy Management to collect and analyze energy-related data. EIServer includes eiPortal, a fully configurable energy-monitoring tool.

In addition to EIServer, Elster EnergyICT will provide implementation and project management, managed services and support. SEDAC will also use Elster EnergyICT's submeters and data loggers to collect multiple energy, usage and meter inputs.



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