YVEA Crews working in Craig on AMI
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work beginning Wednesday, September 18, on route 718 which includes Sunbeam area.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work beginning Wednesday, June 25, on route 715 which includes Lay Creek and part of Maybell.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work beginning the week of July 16, on route 703 which includes Dixon and part of Baggs, Wyoming.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work beginning Wednesday, July 11, on route 704 which includes North Craig and Savery, Wyoming.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work beginning Monday, June 25, on route 710, 712 and 811 which includes the Hamilton area.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work throughout the week of June 11 on routes 509 and 510 which includes Cedar Mountain in Craig.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work throughout this week on routes 535 and 536 which includes Breeze, School, Barclay, Taylor and Ranney Streets in Craig.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work beginning Thursday, May 24, on route 525 which includes Exmoor Road, Riford Court/Road, Ridgeview, W 6th Street and Westridge Court in Craig.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work beginning Thursday, May 17, on route 524 which includes Finley Lane, Alta Vista and Villa View Drive in Craig.
YVEA will have crews doing AMI work beginning on Thursday, May 10, on routes 542 and 548 which includes Timberrun Apartments and Rams Horn in Craig.
YOUR POWER MAY BE INTERRUPTED FOR A FEW MINUTES AND YOU MAY NEED TO RESET YOUR ELECTRONIC DEVICES.
IF YOU HAVE ANY ACCESS OR SAFETY CONCERNS THAT WE SHOULD HAVE ADVANCED KNOWLEDGE OF BEFORE WE COME OUT TO INSTALL YOUR METER PLEASE CALL US AT 970-879-1160.
TO SERVE YOU BETTER…
Yampa Valley Electric is embarking on a communications and technology plan that will bring us into the 21st century. New and updated versions of your mobile devices are released every year, yet the current electric grid is more than 74 years old. As we work to modernize and upgrade the electric grid, we want to give you a better understanding of the steps we are taking to accomplish this.
Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) has existed in one form or another since the mid 1980’s. Initially, and for many subsequent years, it was simply a more efficient way to conduct monthly meter reading, reduce costs for reads and improve billing. AMR is a one-way limited system.
Today, the collection of monthly meter reads is just the tip of the iceberg. Current two-way Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) systems allow near-real-time communication between our offices, meters, and system protection devices on the electrical system, enabling close oversight of system operations and a wider variety of customer program offerings.
YVEA has chosen Landis + Gyr, (L&G) as the vendor to support our Advanced Meter Infrastructure, (AMI) project. We have chosen the area that will encompass the pilot project of 500 meters in late fall. Members that fall within the projected test area will be receiving automated phone calls prior to the AMI changeover. When you receive the notification, please let us know if you do not want to participate in the project.
YVEA is very excited about our partnership with L&G on our AMI project. L&G is a worldwide leader in metering technologies and will allow YVEA to grow with them as we make improvements to our electrical infrastructure. This partnership will also allow us to better serve you – our members with real-time information that will improve our reliability, response and service quality.
Each month as we work to modernize and upgrade the electric grid, we want to give you a better understanding of the steps we are taking to accomplish this.
For questions and answers about AMI please click here: http://www.yvea.com/content/ami-questions-answers
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