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THI meters not affected by ESA Bulletin

Hydro Smart meter ImageOn January 22, 2015 the Electrical Safety Authority announced it had directed Ontario’s electrical utilities (local distribution companies) to replace and discontinue use of a specific model of electrical meter: the Sensus 3.2 with remote disconnect.


There are only 5,400 of these meters reported in use in Ontario which is less than one per cent of the 4.8 million meters in Ontario.


Tillsonburg Hydro Inc. customers do not have the model of meters that are covered by ESA’s announcement.


ESA does not have reason or evidence at this time to be concerned about other meters in Ontario.

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