TALLINN - Estonian energy giant Eesti Energia is holding a procurement to acquire hundreds of thousands of long-distance electricity meters that are able to automatically record electricity consumption figures by themselves, starting 2017, reports Eesti Paevaleht.So far, clients record their meter indicator and send the data regularly to Eesti Energia. Customers will not have to pay for the long-distance electricity meters, but will pay for them via the price of grid services.Eesti Energia will choose 600,000 long-distance electricity meters from three bidders to replace the mete...
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