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Spain pioneers 5G smart meter for water

Spanish water industry service provider Idrica is piloting the first 5G device for remote reading of water.

Netherlands leads smart home device use in Europe – Statistics Netherlands

Statistics Netherlands (CBS) have reported that almost three-quarters of Dutch people use a smart device in the home.

Australia’s South East Water orders additional 35k Landis+Gyr smart meters

Melbourne-based utility South East Water has selected Landis+Gyr for the provision of smart water meters and implementation of a leak detection programme.

Northern Powergrid to pilot smart meter-enabled voltage optimisation tech

Northern Powergrid will pilot a new tech that uses smart meter data to improve energy management and reduce carbon emissions.

Enel pilots 5G in smart grid in São Paulo

Brazil’s capital São Paulo is the setting for what is believed to be the first 5G project in Latin America’s power distribution sector.

Texas cities to deploy more than 46,000 smart water meters with Ameresco

Ameresco has announced two new deals for the provision of smart water meters with two municipal utilities based in the US state of Texas.

Smart water metering for Singapore

Large-scale smart water metering will be deployed in Singapore, exploiting the electricity advanced metering infrastructure already in place.

Smart water meters in Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) in the United Arab Emirates recently completed the installation of 100,000 smart water meters for domestic users. A number of years in the planning, specific conditions of the region drove the installation. According to Alex Elder, managing director of Smartmeter – a division of Severn Trent and the company that supplied the meters – three elements guided the process.

Ottawa to install smart water meters

[img:city_ottawa_logo_small_0.jpg| ]Ottawa, Canada --- (METERING.COM) --- January 12, 2010 - The City of Ottawa is planning to install a smart water metering system for its approximately 190,000 water accounts at a cost of $25 million.

The initiative, which is expected to get under way this spring, should serve as a valuable water monitoring and conservation tool that will benefit environmental programs and the City’s water leakage reduction program.

Smart water metering developments in the UK

By Brendan McAndrew

In the UK, water industry metering is still far from being a universal means of charging customers. In England, Scotland and Wales the majority of households pay an annual water bill based on the value of their house, while in Northern Ireland householders do not pay water charges. Consequently, domestic meter penetration levels range from virtually nil in Scotland and Northern Ireland to between 28% and 76% for water companies in England and Wales.

Partnership to develop smart water meters

[img:Tom Fryers.thumbnail.jpg|Tom Fryers,
Commercial Director,
]Cambridge, U.K. --- (METERING.COM) --- July 20, 2009 - Smart meter development company Sentec has announced the launch of a smart water meter based on its Sterling technology for the Australasian, European and Middle Eastern markets.

The announcement comes less than one month after the launch of the Sterling-based iPerl meter by Sentec’s long term partners Sensus in the U.S.

Smart water meters round-up

According to a local publication, the pilot will include the city’s largest water users including businesses and institutions such as hospitals and schools, being...