New rules in Brazil support smart meter rollouts

October 26, 2012 at 8:31 pm

This summer Brazil’s energy regulator ANEEL released its specifications for smart meter deployment. Contrary to expectations, ANEEL did not mandate a general smart meter rollout. Rather, the agency defined a set of rules and norms to achieve certain objectives — and smart meters are essential to achieve three key goals…

Full post, by Alicia Carrasco: Brazil: New rules will support smart meter rollouts

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Entry filed under: Brazil, demand response, Energy regulation, outages, Regulation, Smart Grid, smart grid benefits, Smart Meters, Utilities.

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