By the end of the year more than 30 million electricity low voltage meters will be connected to the Telegestore communication network, and Enel and all its customers will benefit fully from this new system.
This has been a challenging and successful year for Enel. The main goals have been to focus on complete meter replacement, to increase the number of meters remotely read and managed, and to launch new services for the customer. Moreover Enel has entered into a successful alliance with IBM to offer the AMM solution to other utilities worldwide,” states Vincenzo Cannatelli, Chief Operating Officer of Enel’s Market and Infrastructure and Network Business Unit. “The revolution in tariffs that we started in January 2005, launching six new tariffs for domestic and two for business customers, is a turning point in the Italian electricity market and opens a new era in marketing and sales; it positions Enel at the edge in customer orientation”.
Enel is proud to announce that the Telegestore System is currently the most extensive and unique project worldwide. "We are more than halfway to completing our project" says Vincenzo Cannatelli, COO of the Market and Infrastructure and Network Business Unit of Enel. "Nearly 15 million meters have already been installed; more than 12 million are already remotely managed and remotely read. Progressing at the actual rate of 700,000 meters installed per month, the system will be fully deployed to more 30 million customers by 2005."
Pre-Conference 15 October 2018
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Understanding Mining in Nigeria: A full guide from discovery to production
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