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U.K.-based energy company RWE npower has selected Trilliant to supply pre-DCC Foundation smart meter services, including the Trilliant Communications Hubs and UnitySuite Head-End Software (HES).

Trilliant says it has already begun working on delivering its smart meter solutions to RWE npower for a rollout beginning this year. The UnitySuite HES, part of the Trilliant Communications Platform, manages devices and communications across a smart meter fleet.

"Trilliant has demonstrated a real commitment to the U.K. smart market, and we are pleased to announce them as our smart technology partner for head-end and communications hubs, during the foundation stage of our smart rollout,” says RWE’s Neil Pennington.



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