Fortis provides timeline for switch to smart meters

Timeline would see Lower SImilkameen switch in 2015

FortisBC expects to have its Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) project completed in all regions by the end of 2015.

The scheduled timeline for meter exchanges in the South Okanagan is from May 2015 to July 2015, and in the Similkameen and Boundary regions from August to October, 2015.

The meter exchange program will begin in the Trail Salmo area in August of this year. The Kelowna area will follow, with the South Okanagan (which includes Keremeos and Cawston, as well as Kaleden, Twin Lakes and Okanagan Falls) to follow next year.

 

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