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Greece, A tender for the procurement of smart electricity meters staged by DEDDIE could be delayed

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A tender for the procurement of smart electricity meters staged by Greek electricity distribution system operator DEDDIE could be delayed following the legal action launched by local company Protasis, one of the qualified second-round bidders, against Swiss company Landys+Gyr, which previously filed a complaint against DEDDIE over its disqualification from the tender procedure.

DEDDIE plans to install 7.5 million smart meters throughout Greece over a ten-year period. The project is budgeted at 830 million euros. The new smart meters will provide consumers with real- time information on their consumption which will help consumers become more energy-efficient for lower energy costs.

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