The Associated Press
TULSA — Tulsa-based Public Service Company of Oklahoma has announced plans to replace all of its estimated 520,000 utility meters in Oklahoma during the next three years.
PSO said Monday that it will replace the meters with Advanced Meter Infrastructure meters. The company said the new AMI meters are expected to be fully installed by the end of 2016.
More than 30,000 PSO customers in Owasso, Sand Springs, Okmulgee and at the University of Tulsa already have AMI meters.
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