Success stories
Smart metering solutions based on remote meter reading address the future needs of utilities and consumers for efficient energy management.
Advanced residential and ICG energy management devices are perfectly fitted for smart grid applications and offer the ultimate synchronization between efficiency and reliability even for the most demanding customers.
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CUSTOMER: EGYPTIAN CANAL DISTRIBUTION COMPANY (ECDC), SOUTH CAIRO DISTRIBUTION COMPANY (SCDC)

SCOPE: FROM 50,000 SMART METERS

PRODUCTS: SMART METERS SEP2W SYSTEM SOFTWARE

COMMUNICATION: GSM/GPRS AND PLC-3G

TIMEFRAME: 2017-2018

Turn-key solution for an active grid

Egypt’s regulatory environment has recently been ripe for the implementation of smart metering. Energy companies in Egypt are primarily focusing on system modernization, process digitization, and cutting costs on operations.

Fair and dual-fuel solution for the Netherlands

Dutch utilities were among the early adopters of smart meters. Smaller scale roll-outs based on DSMR (Dutch Smart Meter Requirements) specifications began in 2012. With four utilities leading the smart meter revolution, 70% of the country’s existing infrastructure will be smart by end of 2020.

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CUSTOMER: LIANDER, STEDIN, ENDURIS AND WESTLAND INFRA

SCOPE: FROM 1.6 – 2.5 MILLION SMART METERS

PRODUCTS: AM550 SMART METER

COMMUNICATION: GSM/GPRS, CDMA

TIMEFRAME: 2016-2020

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CUSTOMER: TATWEER MISR

SCOPE: SUPPLY, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE SMART METER TO CASH SOLUTIONS

PRODUCTS: AM550- MW WATER METERS QTY 4000 METERS

COMMUNICATION: GSM

TIMEFRAME: 2020-2023

Highly automated services for meter-to-cash solution

Iskraemeco Egypt has signed a contract for the supply, installation and maintenance of smart electricity and water meters to Tatweer Misr. The contract includes meter-to-cash solutions and maintenance for 4,000 AM550 smart meters and water meters in Fouka Bay in the North Coast, Egypt.

Modernizing Electricity Grid in Madagascar

Madagascar’s household electricity demand has risen considerably in recent years. In response to the increasing needs of residential electricity consumers, utilities have started upgrading and modernizing the country’s electricity grid, and at the same time looking for a solution that will deliver operational savings and data management services. Madagascar was looking for a provider that would be able to supply approximately 30% of its households.

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CUSTOMER: MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND HYDROCARBONS OF MADAGASCAR

SCOPE: 485,000 ELECTRICITY METERS (SMART, BASIC)

PRODUCTS: ELECTRICITY METERS

COMMUNICATION: 90% G3PLC, 10% GPRS/3G

TIMEFRAME: 2020-2023