Advanced Metering Infrastructure: Best Practices for Water Utilities
This report was produced by the Water Research Foundation as the output from a project jointly sponsored by WaterRF and UKWIR. The purpose of the project was to assess the state of the art and gather the information required to make informed judgements about advanced metering infrastructure (AMI). Developing a business case for AMI may include an economic analysis of key technology and deployment alternatives, financing considerations and assessment of the non-quantifiable benefits and costs as well as project risks. This report provides information to support these analyses, and advice on best practice for procurement and implementation. It also includes some pilot studies and descriptions of case studies in the US and UK.
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