SaskPower Ordered to Remove All Sensus Smart Meters
Canadian utility SaskPower has been ordered by the Saskatchewan government to remove all 105,000 of the Sensus smart meters it has installed across the Canadian province, Renew Grid reports.
According to the Renew Grid report, the order came after eight confirmed meter failures and other association fires during the last few months.
The utility will replace the smart meters with traditional ones. Various reports put the cost of the replacement program between $9 million and $15 million. The replacement program is expected to take between six and nine months.
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