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Smart utilities: leading U.S. utilities by number of smart meters 2016

Leading U.S. electric utilities as of September 2016, based on number of smart meters (in 1,000s)

Smart utilities: leading U.S. utilities by number of smart meters 2016 This statistic displays the leading investor-owned electric utilities in the United States by the number of smart meters installed in 2016. During this year, CenterPoint Energy had almost 2.4 million smart meters installed.
Smart metering in the United States – additional information

Smart meters have enabled the integration of new technologies and innovation in the electricity market. The collection of data enabled by smart meters, or automated metering infrastructure, allows for customers to be served based on their true consumption habits. There were some 59 million advanced meters installed in the United States as of 2015. The use of smart meters by electric utilities has allowed companies to provide enhanced outage restoration and improved distribution monitoring, as well as new customer services. Some states in the country have enacted policies that allow customers to opt out of smart meter installations, yet, very few customers have requested to do so.

Pacific Gas & Electric, an investor-owned electric utility headquartered in San Francisco, generated some 13.9 billion U.S. dollars in revenue from their electric operating segment in 2015 . The company is considered one of the top smart meter companies in the United States and has over 5.3 million smart meters installed around the country as of 2016.

As of December 2015, Itron held 32 percent of the U.S. market share among smart meter manufacturers. Itron primarily focuses on providing services and products associated with smart grid, smart gas, and smart water technology to measure and analyze consumption. Itron’s accumulated total assets were valued at about 1.6 billion U.S. dollars in 2016.
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Leading U.S. electric utilities as of September 2016, based on number of smart meters (in 1,000s)

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This statistic displays the leading investor-owned electric utilities in the United States by the number of smart meters installed in 2016. During this year, CenterPoint Energy had almost 2.4 million smart meters installed.
Smart metering in the United States – additional information

Smart meters have enabled the integration of new technologies and innovation in the electricity market. The collection of data enabled by smart meters, or automated metering infrastructure, allows for customers to be served based on their true consumption habits. There were some 59 million advanced meters installed in the United States as of 2015. The use of smart meters by electric utilities has allowed companies to provide enhanced outage restoration and improved distribution monitoring, as well as new customer services. Some states in the country have enacted policies that allow customers to opt out of smart meter installations, yet, very few customers have requested to do so.

Pacific Gas & Electric, an investor-owned electric utility headquartered in San Francisco, generated some 13.9 billion U.S. dollars in revenue from their electric operating segment in 2015 . The company is considered one of the top smart meter companies in the United States and has over 5.3 million smart meters installed around the country as of 2016.

As of December 2015, Itron held 32 percent of the U.S. market share among smart meter manufacturers. Itron primarily focuses on providing services and products associated with smart grid, smart gas, and smart water technology to measure and analyze consumption. Itron’s accumulated total assets were valued at about 1.6 billion U.S. dollars in 2016.
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