New Braunfels Utilities picks Silver Spring Networks for smart grid program

New Braunfels Utilities chose Silver Spring Networks to deploy its multi-application network across the city for a comprehensive dynamic metering infrastructure program supporting both electricity and water services.

The Silver Spring smart grid networking platform will help New Braunfels Utilities control costs, improve outage response, enhance customer communications, and deliver expanded energy and water services to its customers.

New Braunfels Utilities is a municipally owned utility that delivers electricity, water, and wastewater services for more than 60,000 residents of New Braunfels, a fast growing city along the Austin-to-San Antonio Interstate-35 corridor in central Texas.

Silver Spring delivers a ready-to-deploy municipal and cooperative utility solution that can scope and deploy advanced metering infrastructure for electricity, water and natural gas customers, demand response, distribution automation, and other critical infrastructure and smart city applications over time.

Silver Spring is already working with municipal and cooperative utilities such as Choptank Electric Cooperative, City Utilities of Springfield, CPS Energy, Modesto Irrigation District, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Snohomish County Public Utility District and others, to unlock smart grid benefits for their consumers today.

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