Prepayment metering systems give residential customers another option

They can then consult an in-home display to assess their own energy use and see how much credit remains. Prepayment systems are already in use throughout the United Kingdom, South Africa, and 40 other countries, but most utilities in the U.S. and Canada still sell energy on credit.

VANCOUVER, B.C., March 1, 2001 (BUSINESS WIRE)–CHK Wireless Technologies Inc. is pleased to report that Hydro One Inc., of Toronto, Ontario, one of the 10 largest electricity transmission and distribution companies in North America, is proceeding with implementing GLOMES in its network.

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