Near Real-Time Reading in Thailand
Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) a government enterprise under the Ministry of Interior in Thailand, faces twin challenges of energy theft and innately manual meter reading.
Nationwide Smart Meter Rollout in Great Britain
In 2012, the UK Government committed to a national smart metering implementation programme which aims to offer smart electricity and gas meters to approximately 53 million homes and business across Great Britain by 2024.
Power of Choice in Australia
In 2011, the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) was directed to undertake a review into demand side participation in the national electricity market. This review, later titled “Power of Choice – giving consumers options in the way they use electricity” has fundamentally transformed the supply, metering and demand side management of electricity in the Australian National Energy Market (NEM).
End-to-End Solution in New Zealand
New Zealand was a global “early mover” and now knowledge leader in the competitive deployment of smart meters. Vector Metering, New Zealand’s leading advance metering hardware and service provider expertise, delivers services to more than 1.7 million homes and business across the country. EDMI is proud to have played a significant role in the success of the rollout.
Prepayment Metering Solution in Tanzania
Utility in Tanzania faces the constant challenge of unpaid bills, electricity theft and accuracy in meter readings. In 2009, an AMI project was initiated to reduce non-technical losses targeted for the commercial and industrial sectors and was later extended to the residential sector.
Cluster Metering in Nicaragua
A decade ago, Nicaragua faced challenges ranging from non-technical energy losses, meter manipulation problems to high delinquency rates. These problems resulted in the country having a low percentage of the population with access to electricity ...