EVN Macedonia awarded ADD Bulgaria, ADD GRUP’s partner ADD-Bulgaria the tender for the deployment of 18 000 AMI meters to its grid in FYRM (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia).

ADD GRUP will provide an end-to-end solution: Smart Meters, Data Concentrators, Head End Solution based on ADDAX Technology. The project will be based on S-FSK IEC 61334-5-1 communication technology and will continue previous successful deployment of ADDAX at EVN Macedonia.

After projects in many developing countries in Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa, ADDAX embedded in its design most efficient tools to tackle all sorts of electricity theft: from meter tampering, illegal connections to collusion with dishonest utility employees.

About EVN Macedonia:
EVN Macedonia is a company which has power distribution and supply on the territory of the Republic of Macedonia as its primary activity. The Company entered the Macedonian market in 2006 as a part of the EVN Group and managed to grow into a strong established brand within a short period of time.

About ADD Bulgaria:
ADD Bulgaria has deployed 450 000 ADDAX meters from major grid operators in Bulgaria: EVN, CEZ, Energo-PRO, that made ADDAX the leading AMI technology in Bulgaria. Leveraging successful experience at tackling electricity theft in Bulgaria, ADD BG is extending to neighboring countries like FYRM to help utilities reduce distribution losses.

ADD GRUP is a leading supplier of AMI solutions (Smart Meters, Communication Infrastructure and related software, collectively known as Advanced Metering Infrastructure). Over the last 16 years, ADD GRUP and its partners deployed 4 Million AMI meters to 20 countries. Our major clients include: EVN, Energa Operator, CEZ, AS “Sadales tīkls”.

ADDAX IMS – a technologically advanced AMI platform that combines robustness with high interoperability with most popular communication technologies: PRIME, G3-PLC, S-FSK. Contractors appreciate its seamless connectivity with Home and Wide Area Networks (HAN and WAN) that gives flexibility during system deployment and operation.

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