Utilities are actively embracing smart-metering infrastructure, but they are not always applying the more complex processing strategies -- such as distribution automation -- required to maximize their return on investment, says Ron Chebra of DNV KEMA Energy & Sustainability. According to Chebra, while standard advanced metering infrastructure technology requires saturation-level deployment to begin showing returns, more nuanced solutions can yield a quicker return by targeting trouble spots.

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