With over 40 years’ experience of manufacturing smart meters and millions of EDMI smart meters installed worldwide, our products are tried and tested, giving you the confidence of working hand in hand with a company with a proven track record. Our focus on quality flows from the design phase through to our post sales service, giving you the peace of mind that you can the pass onto your customers. We are dedicated to providing the best solutions for our customers and are proud of our customer relationships. EDMI’s partnership approach ensures that we deliver to customer requirements and exceed expectations.
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).
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. This smart grid conversion is for Europe to adapt renewable energy for a low-carbon society.
Part of the requirement for the smart metering system is to include a secure way to exchange and share information between the device and energy supplier.
Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA)
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. To overcome these challenges, PEA looked for a solution to improve revenue collection and customer satisfaction for industrial customers in Thailand.
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 and were strong obstacles to the growth of the local economy and it was also the impulse of public utilities to upgrade and provide new energy facilities for the country. DISNORTE-DISSUR, a local utility company, together with the Nicaraguan government, began a program to find solutions to these problems.