PSEG signs ten-year deal with Landis+Gyr

  • July 27, 2021
  • Steve Rogerson

New Jersey utility Public Service Electric & Gas (PSEG) has signed a ten-year agreement with Landis+Gyr for the supply of 2.3 million meters, network infrastructure, and associated software and services.

These are all connected to the Landis+Gyr Gridstream Connect advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) platform.

This agreement is part of PSEG’s AMI technology deployment to support the utility’s historic Clean Energy Future programme in New Jersey.

In addition to metering, the Gridstream network supports sensors for grid management, as well as consumer engagement technologies for electric and gas services.

“We’re excited to be supporting this rollout of AMI that will be a key part of PSEG’s efforts to promote adoption of clean energy and electrification strategies,” said Prasanna Venkatesan, Landis+Gyr’s executive vice president.

The AMI network will serve as a foundation for data delivery to help manage reliability and power quality, expand adoption of electric transportation, and provide more energy saving options for consumers.

As part of the Gridstream Connect IoT platform, Gridstream AMI adds grid edge intelligence at every metering and network device to enable more efficiency and automation for utilities and consumers.

Landis+Gyr is a provider of integrated energy management for the utility sector. It helps utilities solve their complex problems in smart metering, grid edge intelligence and smart infrastructure. With sales of $1.4bn in 2020, Swiss firm Landis+Gyr employs more than 5000 people in over 30 countries across five continents.