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Old 09-24-2011, 01:53 AM
Location: Kansas City
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This is from a KCP&L News Release:

"Kansas City, Mo. (April 29, 2010) — KCP&L announced today that it has successfully completed the installation of more than 14,000 smart meters at homes and businesses in the
company’s SmartGrid demonstration area*. This marks an important milestone for the project."

"After a successful five-year smart grid AMI pilot project that included 5,000 smart electric meters and 2,000 smart water meters, KCBPU intends to deploy AMI to the rest of its customers over the next two years by installing 70,000 Elster EnergyAxis electric meters and 56,000 EnergyAxis enabled Neptune water meters. In addition, Elster’s EnergyAxis Gatekeeper will be used as the metering LAN."

Tropos Partners with Kansas City for Smart Grid

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