In response, Energy Assets' shares closed up 12p or 4.2% at a new high of 300p.
The sponsor of Livingston Football Club reported a 10% growth in its metering portfolio to 89,000 between the end of its financial year in March and July 31.
Year-on-year its asset base has grown 27% with the company's relationships extending to 28 suppliers.
Energy Assets chairman Chris Masters told shareholders at the meeting in London: "2013 was a successful year for the group with continued increases in revenue and profits.
"Trading in the current financial year continues to improve on the prior year and is on course to deliver anticipated levels of growth in line with management expectations."
He highlighted the recent alliance agreed with Elster, the producer of advanced metering products to develop technology for the UK industrial and commercial gas market. Energy Assets is confident of picking up more work with major gas suppliers, he added.
"The business outlook for 2013/14 remains positive and the group remains well positioned to take advantage of the opportunities arising from regulatory changes in the UK industrial and commercial gas market and the desire of end-user consumers to improve the efficiency of their energy usage," Dr Masters said.
All resolutions at the meeting were agreed unanimously.