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Itron Inc. has announced that CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd. has selected Itron's smart grid solution for CLP's 4,500 advanced meter pilot project. Under the recently signed agreement, Itron will provide a comprehensive solution that includes Itron smart meters, data collection software, meter data management software, Itron Cellular Solutions and Cisco’s Connected Grid Routers (CGRs), as well as Connected Grid Network Management System (CG-NMS).

"I'm confident that the architecture from Itron and Cisco will provide a flexible platform for CLP Power's future initiatives," says Alan White, vice president of Itron Energy Group, Asia Pacific. "We're looking forward to helping CLP Power achieve its goals and vision for smart energy delivery."



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