Norwegian electricity supply companies Ballangen Energi and Trollfjord Kraft are purchasing automatic meter reading systems from Enermet, to meet their needs for productivity improvements and better customer service. Delivery of Enermet’s AIM (Active Information Management) system will begin immediately.

Deregulation in Norway began in 1991, which has created an incentive for utilities to be more aware of the need for cost-effectiveness and the need to offer improved service. The AIM equipment is based on Enermet’s high voltage communication, low voltage communication and point-to-point communication solution. It will include the company’s new integrated household meter – the E120M, which has been developed for communication via the high and low voltage network.