CEO of Greek Public Power Corporation (PPC) Manolis Panagiotakis said that the company, in cooperation with its subsidiary electricity distribution system operator DEDDIE, is planning to fully revise the plan for the replacement of conventional electricity meters with smart ones.
DEDDIE’s pilot project, which envisaged the installation of some 200,000 smart meters, has been troubled by several issues, including appeals and disputes between bidders in tender procedure. Panagiotakis said that the main issue is the large scale of the pilot project, which led bidders to believe that it will actually ensure contracts for the full-scale project.
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Tags: DEDDIE, electricity, electricity distribution, Greece, PPC, smart meters