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Tantalus Systems Announces Voting Results for Annual General Meeting

Smart grid technology leader Tantalus Systems (TSX: GRID) today announced the voting results of the Company's annual general meeting of shareholders held on September 24, 2021.

Election of Directors

The following five nominees of management were elected as Directors at the meeting. The voting results for the election of each Director nominee are as follows:

Name of NomineeVotes ForVotes Withheld
Number of VotesPercentage of VotesNumber of VotesPercentage of Votes
Laura Formusa13,529,62399.99%1,0000.01%
Dr. Francis J. Harvey13,529,62399.99%1,0000.01%
Tom Liston13,529,62399.99%1,0000.01%
Peter Londa13,529,62399.99%1,0000.01%
John McEwen13,529,62399.99%1,0000.01%

 

Appointment of Auditors

At the meeting, KPMG LLP was appointed as auditors of the Company for the ensuing year and the Directors were authorized to fix the remuneration to be paid to the auditors.

About Tantalus Systems

Tantalus is a smart grid technology company that transforms aging one-way grids into future-proofed multi-directional grids that improve the efficiency, reliability and sustainability of public power and electric cooperative utilities and the communities they serve. Our solutions are purpose-built to allow utilities to restore power quickly after major disruptions, adapt to rapidly shifting consumer expectations and population shifts, innovate new solutions based on the adoption of distributed energy resources and evolve their grid infrastructure at their own pace without needless cost or complexity. All this gives our user community the flexibility they need to get the most value from existing infrastructure investments while planning for future requirements.

Contact Tantalus:
Jacquie Hudson
Marketing Communications Manager
613-552-4244 | jhudson@tantalus.com

Linda Armstrong
Investor Relations
647-456-9223 | larmstrong@tantalus.com

Website: www.tantalus.com
LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/tantalus
Twitter: @TantalusCorp

To view the source version of this press release, please visit https://www.newsfilecorp.com/release/97589

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