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M. Christian Simard, Manager, Metering and Meter Reading Hydro-Québec Distribution
Hydro-Québec is one of North America’s largest power distributors. The company serves more than 2.8 million residential, commercial, institutional and industrial customers scattered across 587,500 square miles.
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Jim Cunningham, Marketing Manager, ABB Inc., and, Marc Keyes, Senior Marketing Manager, Itron Inc.
- Optimizing Efficiencies for the Small Commercial and Industrial Account In today’s market, cost-effective automated meter reading (AMR) technologies exist for two major segments—residential and large commercial and industrial (C&I).
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Ronald J. Chebra, President, RJC Consulting, L.L.C.
While the concept of Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) is not new, many factors have created a double-digit growth rate among electric utilities.
22
Marzio P. Pozzuoli, RuggedCom Inc., Industrial Strength Networks
Trends in electric utility automation, specifically substation automation, have converged upon a common communications architecture with the goal of having interoperability between a variety of Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs) found in the substation.
25
Vance Hall, President, Utility Data Resources, Inc.
In three years, Sharyland Utilities went from start-up to being the first utility in the U.S. to offer all C&I and residential consumers the ability to view their daily energy use via the Internet to make informed energy conservation decisions.
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Dan Tobin
I am sure that everyone was expecting the rest of that line to be, “without really trying.” Well, we all know that won’t happen.
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Anthony Haines, President, Enlogix Inc.
Energy companies are beginning to look at outsourcing as a way to generate operational efficiencies while gaining access to current technologies and scarce expertise.
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John Johnson, Marketing and Business, Development Manager, and Peggy Richmond, Senior Marketing Specialist, Siemens Metering, Inc.
In the spring of 2001, Nuon, the second largest utility in the Netherlands, was struggling to efficiently process meter data information within a highly splintered and complex information technology (IT) environment.

 
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