AMRA offers Trials & Installations Report covering 172 projects

Utility representatives say they plan to use AMR to boost competitive ability and provide services such as outage and tamper detection, load-profiling, customized billing, rate-based pricing, load management, distribution automation, and supervisory control and data acquisition.


By the OGJ Online Staff

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