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Metadigm Services, an Atlanta-based company that specializes in advanced metering infrastructure services, has announced the successful completion of a multi-year, 2.4 million meter enhancement project for utility Georgia Power.

Metadigm Services says it supported Georgia Power with meter installation services, meter base repairs, incoming meter quality testing, warehousing and inventory management throughout the state of Georgia.

"This milestone reflects our ongoing commitment to provide world-class service to Georgia Power's 2.4 million customers," says Georgia Power President and CEO Paul Bowers. "With advanced metering technology, Georgia Power is notified instantly about customer outages, which helps expedite power restoration, improves maintenance and enables the company to respond more quickly to customer service requests, all while saving customers money."




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