The biggest event of the season is back – join us in Amsterdam!
October 24, 2014

Be sure to drop by our booth, 1.E07 in Hall 1 at the Amsterdam RAI from November 4-6 to see the latest smart advances in smart metering.

This year we will be addressing some of the most common challenges utilities are facing today:

  • How to future-proof investments?
  • How to minimize TCO and maximize returns?
  • How to engage end-consumers in energy management processes?
  • How to act sustainability and encourage consumers to do the same?
  • How to ensure maximum flexibility and data security?

Our team will be available throughout the event to provide answers to the above questions and make sure that you get the most from your visit. It`s still not too late to join the exhibition or the conference with significant savings. Get your free exhibition pass or a discounted conference entry with compliments of Iskraemeco.

For more details about the event, please follow EUW 2014.

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April 7, 2014
Elektroset Russia recording substantial savings after implementing a smart metering solution from Iskraemeco
Elektroset, a major power grid of Vologda Region is one of the first entities in implementing smart metering in Russia. The utility, based in Cherepovec, supplies electricity to 330 000 inhabitants and all industries in the region. A smart metering package, containing Iskraemeco smart meters, concentrators and Iskraemeco software, SEP2W, enables the utility to successfully reap the benefits of smart metering.
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North Cyprus goes completely smart with Iskraemeco smart meters
North Cyprus is just moments away from having its entire electricity infrastucture equiped with smart meters. Cooperation between KIB-TEK and Iskraemeco on smart metering projects started already in 2009. Last month, the two companies signed a new contract for delivering another volume consisting of 64.000 smart meters. This smart metering transition will provide consumers with more control over power usage, modernize the grid and have a significant impact on the efficiency of electricity supply.