Iran's Smart Meter Program Making Headway

Utilities in many developed and developing countries are promoting advanced electricity meters for economic and environmental reasons, namely to cut costs and reduce consumption
Smart Meter Program Making Headway Smart Meter Program Making Headway

Five million energy-intensive agricultural, households and commercial units will be equipped with smart electricity meters during the second phase of the National Smart Metering Program (known as Faham in Persian).
Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian made the statement Sunday in Tehran in a ceremony to sign a contract between government-affiliated Power Generation, Distribution and Transmission Company (Tavanir) and SATKAB, a subsidiary of the Energy Ministry, to complete the second phase of the plan in two years.
The signing ceremony was attended by Mohammad Hassan Motavalizadeh, Tavanir's managing director, and SATKAB's CEO, Mohammad Vali Aladdini, the Energy Ministry reported.


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