Peco Ditches Sensus Smart Meters, Resumes Installation in PA
Peco Energy has said it will resume its Philadelphia-area smart-meter installation project, which the company suspended in August after several incidents in which the electronic devices overheated and caught fire.
The utility company is, however, ditching meter manufacturer Sensus, whose devices were linked to two serious house fires in which no one was hurt. Peco says it will resume its meter installation work with Landis+Gyr (L+G) meters, and replace the 96,000 previously installed meters with L+G meters during the next 45 days.
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