Bid to roll-out smart meters in Europe accepted

21st June 2018
Source: Tieto
Posted By : Alex Lynn
Bid to roll-out smart meters in Europe accepted

Following a Europe-wide multi-level public tender for the implementation of smart meters, Wiener Netze, accepted the bid submitted by a consortium consisting of Siemens, Landis+Gyr and Iskraemeco.

Wiener Netze is going to implement the roll-out of 1.6 million smart meters in Vienna and its surroundings jointly with Siemens as the prime contractor supported by the consortium and technology partners, Tieto as one key contributor. The consortium will provide both the required technology and the services for the roll-out.

Tieto’s knowhow in this solution area has been why Siemens selected Tieto to provide software services for planning the roll out and the mobile solution. The Tieto Smart Utility system enables Siemens to manage a fully digitalised flow from planning to installation of smart meters with a high degree of automation and security thus fulfilling the high quality standards set by Wiener Netze and the Austrian regulator.

Olof Ferenius, Head of Energy Industry, Tieto, stated: “The current demands on smart metering and the associated regulatory requirements present the energy companies in Austria with major challenges, but also chances. Our greatest strength lies in our industry knowledge based on experience and our self-conception as a one-stop service provider for efficient planning and future-proof implementation.”

Dr. Heinrich Kirchauer, Head of Application Solutions of Siemens Austria, explained: “Our market analyses have shown that Tieto is the most suitable partner to join us in this exciting project. Tieto’s many years of experience and expertise in smart meter roll out projects in Scandinavia were the decisive factors for us to implement this complex and challenging project together successfully.”

Tieto Smart Utility is a modular software solution designed for energy retail, distribution and multi-utility companies. The system addresses the requirements stemming from present and forthcoming regulation of electricity markets.


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