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Case Study Topic: Electric

North Carolina Electric Co-op Modernizes Grid Infrastructure with Sensus

North Carolina has a proud history of innovation and advancement dating back to the Wright brothers and their historic first flight near Kitty Hawk in 1903. This culture of innovation also lives in the electric cooperatives that deliver power to North Carolina’s rural communities. Electric cooperative EnergyUnited, for example, continues to find new opportunities for […] 

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Central Hudson Expands Distributed Energy Resource Capabilities with Sensus

Alternative energy powers innovation at Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation. Homes with rooftop solar panels and expansive, commercial solar farms are part of the utility’s 2,600 square-mile service area between the northern New York City suburbs and the state capital of Albany. “We have a long-term vision that aligns with the state’s commitment to […] 

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Montana Cooperative Builds for the Future with Sensus Smart Utility Network

Ravalli Electric Cooperative (REC) was the first co-op in Montana, formed in 1936 during a national movement to ensure farmers and ranchers received the same access to electricity as residents in the big cities.  Today, REC has more than 10,000 members living and working across a varied landscape of grassland valleys, national forests and mountain […] 

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Sensus Technology Aids Fayetteville PWC in Response to Hurricane Florence

In September 2018, residents and businesses in Fayetteville, North Carolina, braced for the arrival of Hurricane Florence. The military community situated 60 miles south of Raleigh was no stranger to seasonal weather events, but no one could foresee the historic flooding and $24 billion in damage that would occur as the storm slowed down for […] 

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Hancock-Wood Electric Migrates from Power Line Carrier to Sensus Solution

If you drove through rural northwest Ohio, you’d probably want to stop and take a photo of the serene countryside, where farmers work hard plowing fields that have sustained the area for more than a hundred years. With the same ingenuity that led local farmers to build new transportation infrastructure and embrace technology to advance […] 

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Canadian Utility Uses Sensus Technology to Help Customers Keep the Cold and High Bills at Bay

Known as the “sunniest city in Canada,” high temperatures this time of year for the 63,000 residents of Medicine Hat in Alberta, Canada, average 30 degrees Fahrenheit. For the local utility, that means taking extra care to ensure service for its electric, gas and water customers. It also means enacting measures to keep meter technicians […] 

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Texas Co-op Migrates from Power Line Carrier System to Sensus Next-Generation AMI

Comanche Electric Cooperative covers seven counties and services 5,000 miles of power line. This vast Texas landscape serves as a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, but it’s no walk in the park for the cooperative to provide dependable services to customers. “Generating and distributing power can be a tricky business in the rural and rugged Texas […] 

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Benton PUD Builds a Foundation for the Future with Sensus

Located in the heart of Washington State’s Tri-Cities—also known as “Washington Wine Country”—Benton Public Utility District (PUD) serves more than 50,000 customers across Kennewick, Finley, Benton City, Prosser and outlying areas. While residents of this “year-round paradise” are known for a sense of fun and adventure, they want their electric utility to be serious about […] 

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City of Troy Improves Customer Relationships and Billing Accuracy with Sensus AMI Solution

Located just south of Montgomery, Alabama, the City of Troy is a unique mix of southern small-town charm and big-city amenities. There’s a vibrant downtown square where the city’s 20,000 residents can be found dining at local restaurants or shopping at boutique stores. Around the corner, students on the campus of Troy University might be […] 

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