US utility meter market growing 3%/year

“In the past, vendors have had the luxury of modeling themselves around captive utilities, says Frost & Sullivan analyst Patrick Hodges. “With the guaranteed rate of return disappearing, the traditional price model is also disappearing.”

Consumers in 21 eastern states could be facing a $7-12 billion bill to ensure that coal-powered electric utility plants substantially reduce their nitrogen oxide emissions (NOx) by 2003, according to a new study of the impact of Environmental Protection Agency rules to reduce ozone.

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