There is no Québec company that makes them.
When choosing its new technology, Hydro-Québec used a rigorous call for proposals process, which took a number of criteria into account. One of the most important was being able to rely on an end-to-end solution. With a sole supplier, we can be sure that all the components will work together in an integrated fashion. At the same time, we were, of course, looking for the best price and maximum economic spinoffs for Québec.
The Landis+Gyr technology fully meets our present and future needs. In all its projects, Hydro-Québec works in the interests of consumers, and the meter replacement project is no exception. The meter replacement project must be carried out using the best technology available, at the best possible cost.
The residential meters are assembled in Mexico.
No. The British government passed a law at the end of January 2013 making the rollout of next-generation meters mandatory. ...
No. Although they are still reliable, close to half of Hydro-Québec’s meters are over 25 years old and must be ...
No. The introduction of next-generation meters has absolutely no impact on our collections procedure. This procedure is well documented and ...