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    Landis+Gyr receives Gold Recognition in EcoVadis sustainability rating

    With 66 out of 100 points, the Landis+Gyr Group earned the Gold Recognition Level for its Corporate Social Responsibility performance in four categories: Environment, Labor & Human Rights, Ethics and Sustainable Procurement.

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    Smart metering rollout as an IT challenge

    The introduction of smart metering impacts every area of a utility's business. Energy supply, network operation, meter readings, customer service and billing are all affected. In order to maximize the benefits of the smart infrastructure, the overall IT architecture serving these adjacent processes should be carefully planned before rolling out AMI. IT plays a significant role also during the smart meter installation phase and can either slow down the rollout or, in the best case, drive it forward.

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    E660: A fresh perspective on high-end industrial metering and analysis

    The transformation of the energy industry calls for new approaches. Be it the challenges of volatile networks caused by DER integration, the growing concerns around cyber security or changing regulatory and business environments – forward thinking DSO’s need a technology that offers solutions and creates new opportunities. Our new E660 has been designed just for that: State-of-the-art metering, power quality measurement and advanced grid edge functionalities – all in one device.

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    Metering as a Service continues to boom in Finland

    Finland is one of the most advanced countries in Europe when it comes to digitalization in the energy sector. With 250,000 km of low-voltage networks and more than 3.7 million energy metering points, Finland is a European veteran in smart metering – and a trendsetter in the adoption of the Metering as a Service model.

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    A partnership for success in Poland with TAURON Dystrybucja S.A.

    TAURON Dystrybucja S.A are building on their long-term cooperation with Landis+Gyr and extending the Converge solution to collect and control data from 425,000 ICG metering points.

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    Smart lessons from 2020 in the UK market

    After a turbulent year for energy companies, what lessons can the sector learn from the smart meter rollout? Simon Egan, managing director UK, Ireland and Netherlands at Landis+Gyr believes the devices have a key role in helping millions of consumers who have shifted to home working take control of their energy use. Egan further describes how innovative new finance models are helping smaller suppliers increase their market share of meters.

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