Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) is commonly referred to as “smart meter/advanced meter” or “smart grid” technology. AMI utilizes radio and cell signal telecommunication channels to detect and transmit data from utility meters. The City of Palo Alto Utilities (CPAU) AMI project will replace old legacy electric meters with new advanced electric meters and retrofit existing water and gas meters with AMI radios.
The new and upgraded meters will be able to provide near-real time data on energy and water consumption and voltage information. When the AMI system becomes fully operational in 2024, residents and business will be able to monitor ongoing utility consumption data and make informed decisions about energy and water use based on what they observe, such as high consumption due to leaks or power usage from appliances. CPAU views this as a benefit to customers, and a way to provide more effective utility services.
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