Smart meters need a dedicated network

Neil Adams, director of Strategic Customer Team UK & Ireland at Xylem brand Sensus, explains why not all ‘things’ are equal

26th February, 2017
The Sensus team at The Sunday Business Post National Power Summit 2017

Connected utility networks are one of the most important and valuable assets belonging to a nation. The value of this infrastructure should not be ignored when considering the rollout of smart meters.

These meters will mean every home and business will be sending back information on their power use on a far more regular basis than manual meter readings could ever do. This will give providers the opportunity to better know and balance their network,...

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