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Independent energy supplier First Utility has appointed Siemens Metering, Communications and Services to deliver, install and maintain both smart and standard domestic meters across the U.K.

"With our extensive experience of working with energy and utility customers, Siemens is delighted to be partnering with First Utility to help it achieve its objectives to be at the leading edge of both metering and customer service," says Kevin Tutton, U.K. director of Siemens Metering, Communications and Services.

First Utility adds that its smart meter customers will be able to use the utility’s proprietary my:energy tool, which provides analytics of energy usage, comparisons with similar households and a personalized energy-reduction plan to help manage their energy consumption.



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