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Introducing Loveland Water and Power’s cutting-edge meter tech

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TLDR: Loveland Water and Power has launched a citywide deployment of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), or “smart” meters. The new digital meters will collect power usage data from customers in 15-minute intervals and communicate it wirelessly to an LWP data hub. The data will be used for more transparent billing information, faster notification of outages, and to help predict future electricity rates. LWP plans to install the new meters in approximately 30,000 homes and businesses over the next two years.

Loveland Water and Power has begun installation of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), or “smart” meters throughout the city. The new digital meters will collect power usage data from customers at 15-minute intervals and communicate it wirelessly to an LWP data hub. This data will be used to provide more transparent billing information and faster notification of outages or other problems in the system. The meters will also help LWP financial planners to predict future revenue and make future electricity rates easier to model. Furthermore, the data will help LWP’s energy wholesaler, Platte River Power Authority, make decisions about how it allocates power supply.

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