Homesmart meters

Itron has a deal with givernment owned utility Western Power in Australia to connect around 240,000 electricity meters. Western Power, in Western Australia, will gain visibility into the operation of …

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IoT water management smart metering

Asia Pacific accounted for 42 per cent of the total installed base of smart water meters in 2018; its share will rise in the coming years as water utilities in …

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U.S. utility Colorado Springs Utilities has selected Swiss company Landis+Gyr to replace the utility’s metering system with an advanced IoT network technology, capable of supporting the next generation of energy …

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Smart meters have provided a read-out on energy consumption and a window on energy usage. They have brought insight and control to the field of energy management, both sides of …

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smart meters

U.S. tech firm Itron has signed a contract with Liberty Utilities Company, a subsidiary of Algonquin Power and Utilities, which operates nearly 40 utilities in 13 U.S. states. Under the …

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IoT Asia Pacific

The installed base of smart electricity meters in Asia’s four main markets will reach almost 966 million in 2024, up from 613.4 million last year, according to a new a …

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The German Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) has a good definition of ‘smart grids’, which needs no embellishment. “The basic idea is that each device which is connected to …

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New Jersey-based Honeywell is a stalwart in smart energy systems, with focus particularly on industrial and enterprise solutions. It is proviidng managed smart grid services as a way for utilities …

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China accounted for 63% of the global installed base of cellular IoT connections at the end of  last year, according to a new research by Swedish IoT analyst firm Berg …

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smart meters

Pacific Power announced it is in the process of deploying smart meters for corporate and residential customers to replace aging electric meters in Easter Oregon. The firm said that about …

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