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Total Metering Limited Appoints CEO

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Total Metering Limited Appoints Chief Executive Officer

Total Metering Limited (TML) is pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Brine to the position of Chief Executive Officer. Effective immediately, Steve's role brings a depth of business management with an emphasis on sales and marketing to the company.

Describing himself as "an agent of change," Steve has been a high profile individual in the New Zealand and Asia Pacific Information Technology industry for over 20 years. With Steve's appointment, TML is positioning itself for major growth and expansion into the Asia Pacific region, and for exciting new initiatives in energy related e-commerce technologies.

Dean Gowans the acting CEO has moved to become Business Development Director and will be focusing on developing Internet based metering solutions for the Australasian markets. He says," We are pleased to have Steve Brine onboard as he will provide the professional sales and marketing focus to guide the company as we move through the next growth stage."

TML is a design and development technology company with a specialty focus on electronic metering, communications, software and IT solutions for the competitive utility market. Since the company's inception in 1994, TML has developed, marketed and sold advanced metering solutions to the New Zealand and Asia acific electricity sectors. The appointment of Steve Brine to the position of CEO will enable TML to maximise shareholder value as the company further leverages it's local experience into Australia and Malaysia.

The Elect Time of Use and Elect Prepay electricity online metering services offered by TML are representative of "world class" services and compete aggressively against solutions from some of the world's largest manufacturers and meter providers.

Details of TML and the Elect suite of e-commerce electricity services can be found at www.elect.co.nz and www.metering.co.nz

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