Landis+Gyr to deliver 2nd generation AMI solution to Falkenberg Energi in Sweden

Falkenberg Energi chose the Landis+Gyr Gridstream© Connect platform with point-to-point communicating E360 NB-IoT meters and Software as a Service (SaaS) to improve their operations and enable future development.

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World's Largest Intelligent Grid Deployment Reaches New Milestone

Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) has surpassed ten million advanced meters and devices installed and communicating on the world's largest IoT (Internet of Things) utility network. In doing so, this complex project has now reached a breadth and deployment pace which is unparalleled in the utility industry.

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Austria to roll out G3-PLC smart metering solution

The smart energy transformation in Austria is gaining pace. Energy utilities around the country are working hard to meet the target set in 2012 by the Austrian Ministry for Economy, Family and Youth of 95% of households to be equipped with smart meters by 2019.

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City of Cape Town chooses Landis+Gyr Sym2 metering solution

Originally developed specifically for Germany’s three biggest utilities, the E750 multi- modular metering solution integrates seamlessly with SAP, is easy to install and inexpensive to manage. These were just some of the factors that led to the first E750 contract outside Germany.

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Smart multi-energy metering in Switzerland

Landis+Gyr was recently awarded the contract to support Swiss energy supplier, Energie Thun with an advanced multi-energy metering solution. The Swiss utility chose Gridstream®, an interoperable, future-ready end-to-end solution that combines smart multi-energy meters, AMI software and professional services in a single secure and integrated platform.

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Landis+Gyr smart meters triumph in the Netherlands

This July, Landis+Gyr was awarded a major contract to supply an initial 3 million smart electricity and smart gas meters to the Netherlands’ four distribution network operators: Liander, Stedin, DELTA Netwerkbedrijf and Westland Infra. Publicly tendered contracts worth a total of €470 million have been signed with each network operator with an option to extend, which could lead to further orders for smart meters in the future. According to national regulation, energy companies are obliged to install smart meters in every Dutch household by 2021.
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