Our industry has changed significantly over the past 20 years and even more so since the first energy meter was patented in 1872.
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4 January 2015

Getting Smart About Smart Meter Analytics

The Missing Link to Satisfying Customers, Enhancing Operations, and Running a Better Utility Business

By Larsh Johnson, CTO, Siemens Smart Grid Software Solutions

New market forces, including environmental concerns and government regulations, combined with outdated and proprietary infrastructure, have propelled the utility industry to a tipping point which is driving a monumental change across the U.S. and around the world. Utilities are now deploying vast networks of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), commonly called smart meters.

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alberto
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2 years 1 month ago

Imlementation of advanced metering technology and customized enhancements will enable to EPM to transform the way the company conducts business and interacts with customers

thirumanamcheri santhanam gopalan
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Yes, the implemntation of advanced metering technology will enable all the electricity utilities as well as its customers to enjoy lot of advantages such as monitoring the inter grids, its up date status, billing & esy collection of payments from the customers,saving of administrtive expenses etc, keeping the customers informed of the latest situation on the powerfront , augmentation of power through alternative energy sources such as solar power, wind energy etc by involving the customers etc.. innumerable advantages can be obtained using the AMI/AMR/ technologies .

kolmemdsaheb
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1 year 7 months ago

Metering international provided useful information

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Rajesh kumar
1 year 6 months ago

Nice post

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