What does Aclara do?
Aclara is a world-class supplier of smart infrastructure solutions (SIS) to more than 800 water, gas, and electric utilities globally.
What is Aclara Technologies ESCO?
The Aclara brand represents one of the industry’s leading Intelligent Infrastructure(TM) technologies for providing device networking, data-value management and customer communications to water, gas and electric utilities globally. Aclara is part of the Utility Solutions Group of ESCO.
What is Aclara Smart Meter?
A versatile electric meter for energy-only advanced smart meter solutions, Aclara’s line of smart residential meters comply with ANSI C12. Aclara’s I-210 meters combine smart grid functionality with precision measurement, broad communications options, load management support and advanced billing and CRM capability.
Where is Aclara Technologies located?
Aclara is headquartered in St. Louis, MO and has 11 office locations across 7 countries.
Is Aclara part of Hubbell?
SHELTON, CT. (February 5, 2018) – Hubbell Incorporated (NYSE: HUBB) (“Hubbell” or “The Company”) today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Aclara Technologies LLC (“Aclara”).
When did Hubbell buy Aclara?
December 26, 2017 07:28 ET | Source: Hubbell Inc….Hubbell Incorporated to Acquire Aclara Technologies LLC for $1.1 Billion.
|Net Income (GAAP Measure) (a)||$ (2.4)|
|Adjusted EBITDA (non-GAAP measure) (b)||$ 89.9|
Where are Aclara meters made?
Aclara will take over more than 300 employees along with GE Meters’ global headquarters in Somersworth, New Hampshire, a satellite manufacturing facility in Chicago, Illinois and a centre of excellence in Bilbao, Spain.
How do I read my Aclara Smart Meter?
To read your Aclara electricity meter, press ‘A’ to wake up the screen. After this, continue to press ‘A’ to cycle through the different options until you see ‘Total Active Import’. Once you get to this option, you should be able to see your electricity reading.
Who owns Aclara Technologies?
Aclara Technologies LLC/Parent organizations
Aclara Technologies, a Maryland Heights-based maker of smart infrastructure products, is being sold by parent Sun Capital Partners to Hubbell Power Systems Inc. for $1.1 billion.
Who bought Aclara Technologies?
SOMERSWORTH — Just two years after its acquisition of the GE Meters divisions, Aclara Technologies LLC has been acquired by Hubbell Incorporated. Hubbell made the announcement on Dec. 26 and, according to Aclara CFO Kurt Bruenning, the sale will be completed in the first quarter of 2018.
Is Aclara a public company?
(“Aclara” or the “Company”) announced today the closing of its previously announced initial public offering (the “Offering”) of 35,000,000 common shares of the Company (the “Common Shares”) at a price of C$1.70 per Common Share (the “Offering Price”), for gross proceeds of C$59,500,000.
Why work at Aclara?
At Aclara, we are 1,700 people working with more than 1,000 gas, water, and electric utilities worldwide. We partner with our customers to provide robust and secure communications systems and expand situational awareness on their distribution networks that extend beyond AMI.
Why Aclara smart infrastructure?
Smart infrastructure solutions from Aclara enables electric utilities to collect and harness the power of smart meters, edge devices and data to meet today’s challenges: Distributed generation – Integrate electricity generated by windmills, solar arrays, independent power facilities and microgrids.
What is Aclara SGM?
The SGM series delivers a comprehensive line of smart meters that are designed to comply with IEC standards. The Aclara SGM series links both usage and power quality data with advanced smart grid functionality such as demand response, time-of-use billing and remote management. SGM1100™ SGM1300™
Why smart meters from Aclara?
Aclara’s residential and commercial smart meter solutions bring accuracy and clarity into power usage across an electric utility’s distribution network. Our full range of Smart Energy Meter products offers robust, flexible and configurable technology for every metering requirement from basic, energy-only metering to comprehensive smart…