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Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Cooperative (MTEMC), which serves approximately 190,000 members, has selected Landis+Gyr's Gridstream solution for its advanced metering and load management project.

Landis+Gyr says the utility will deploy the Gridstream RF network, along with E-350 FOCUS AX-SD meters, to enable a variety of advanced metering and load management applications, including dynamic load control and voltage management.

"Our goal with this project is to improve efficiency across the utility and reduce peak power costs in a way that benefits our members and improves our customer service," says Tom Suggs, vice president of engineering at MTEMC.




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