SPOTLIGHT: Wireless meter reading saving utility millions

We always hear about wireless meter reading being a cost-saver for municipalities, but we never hear any numbers. Now Anderson, Indiana's city-owned Municipal Light and Power Utility said it expects to obtain a net savings of $18.7 million during 15 years as a result of its ability to measure water and electrical usage wirelessly. Article

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