Enedis chooses Landis+Gyr technology for the renewal of its meter park

France’s largest public electricity distributor, Enedis (previously ERDF) has chosen Landis+Gyr France as its preferred partner for the extension of a project that focuses on the renewal of an entire meter park for commercial and industrial customers. 

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Weaving AMI cyber security into the fabric of your organization

The attack that switched off the lights in Ukraine at the end of 2015 pushed energy sector cyber security into the spotlight. In the everyday routine of utilities, attacks have been common for a long time, but today hackers are getting more systematic and professional.

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Smart metering, a 'smart' thing to do

The European economy has historically been based on manufacturing. Today the manufacturing sector provides 35 million jobs in Europe. As part of its campaign, “Manufacturing at Heart”, the European engineering industries association, Orgalime, asked Landis+Gyr, the leading European and global provider of energy management systems, to explain what smart metering is all about.

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Global Smart Energy Elites 2015: An Interview with Andreas Umbach

Having been identified as one of the smart energy elites, Andreas Umbach, President & CEO, Landis+Gyr, recently gave an interview to Metering & Smart Energy International. The interview was first published in the latest edition of Global Smart Energy Elites 2015. Below is the full interview as published by Metering & Smart Energy International.

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ERDF calls for bids for second wave of Linky smart meter

On 1 December 2015, the French electricity distributor ERDF will begin the installation of the first wave of 3 million Linky smart meters in France. Landis+Gyr is one of six companies producing the Linky smart meter. By the end of 2021, some 35 million meters will be installed, a project that will cost EUR 5bn in total.

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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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