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Aclara and SUEZ Announce Partnership to Deliver Smart Infrastructure to U.S. Municipalities

The two companies are working together to provide Aclara technologies on a broader scale.

St. Louis-based Aclara and Atlanta-based SUEZ North America announced an exclusive partnership to provide U.S. Municipalities with advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and smart infrastructure solutions (SIS).

"We look forward to helping SUEZ provide their customers with the expertise and technology they need to meet their local requirements. Aclara's advanced smart infrastructure solutions will offer SUEZ’s customers new ways to reduce costs and conserve resources," said Allan Connolly, president and CEO of Aclara, in a statement.

Aclara AMI and SIS technologies will be offered as part of the SUEZ portfolio, which currently includes solutions in water resource and asset management, water quality in distribution systems and water conservation.

"The combination of Aclara and SUEZ will bring a more expanded and scalable solution offering to our customers," said Dominique Demessence, president of SUEZ Advanced Solutions, in a statement. "Our partnership will make it easier than ever for our customers to meet conservation goals and solve distribution challenges today and in the future."

SUEZ will also provide Aclara’s electric and gas SIS products to certain municipalities, and Aclara will provide support for SUEZ in sales, implementations and management of Aclara installations.

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