The Grand Cayman Smart Meter Project is a smart grid project located in Grand Cayman, UK. The project was commissioned in 2017.
The Grand Cayman Smart Meter Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced metering infrastructure project with a rated capacity of 39.7MW. It is implemented in the islands.
The smart grid project is owned by Caribbean Utilities and developed by Exceleron Software and Sensus USA. Approximately $78m was financed by the authorities for the development of the project.
The Grand Cayman Smart Meter Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Smart Meters
Grand Cayman Smart Meter Project development status
The commissioning of Grand Cayman Smart Meter Project was completed in 2017.
The project was developed with Advanced Metering Infrastructure as the main technology.The key benefit of the technology used is improves the process of managing supply, demand and data quality.
Caribbean Utilities has partnered with Exceleron Software and Sensus USA to construct and complete the Grand Cayman Smart Meter Project.
– The Smart Meters provide real-time consumption information and also bring efficiencies to meter reading as well as other services.
– The AMI project will offer a pay-as-you-go payment option which will help customers to monitor and control their electricity consumption.
About Sensus USA
Sensus USA Inc (Sensus), a Xylem brand, is a clean technology solutions company that designs and manufactures smart meters, regulators, communication systems, and software. It provides smart meters, network technologies, and advanced data analytics solutions. Sensus solutions collect data related to advanced metering infrastructure, automatic meter reading, billing, and consumption; and assist customers to enhance their technologies and communication networks. The company serves a wide range of public service providers from utilities and cities to industrial complexes and campuses. Sensus is headquartered in Morrisville, North Carolina, the US.
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