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Powel software chosen for smart metering in Sweden

Powel ELIN is the smart metering management software of choice to help a major Swedish utility company to consolidate its service delivery contracts, IT systems and operations.

E.ON Elnät Sverige AB (E.ON), part of one of the largest private energy companies in the world, has chosen Ericsson to provide a hosted solution including consulting and systems integration services, harnessing big data and smart grid solutions for its customers. Powel ELIN software is included as part of the solution for smart metering data collection, validation and analysis for smart electricity meters. Powel ELIN was chosen as the strategic software solution for Ericsson’s Smart Metering as a Service (SMaaS) platform because it supports a variety of meters and data communication technology.

”We are proud to be chosen by Ericsson to provide the management software for this strategic project,” Bård Benum, CEO at Powel said. “The projects in Sweden are among the largest and most strategic initiatives that we have engaged in so far.”

 

To read the full press release, please visit the Powel website here.

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