Upgrading 250 Meters in 2 Days During Peak Camping Season

Upgrading 250 Meters in 2 Days During Peak Camping Season

 

 

In this video, we showcase how a bustling Florida campground successfully upgraded 250 electric meters in just two days during peak snowbird season!

We'll take you through the process of replacing old analog meters with advanced smart meters from Wild Energy. Watch as the park maintenance staff swiftly and safely upgrade each meter, minimizing disruptions and enhancing operational efficiency instantly.

See how this smart metering strategy has revolutionized billing for seasonal and long-term guests, optimized revenue collection, and boosted the park’s bottom line.

Ready to future-proof your RV park or campground? Contact us to learn more about the rapid return on investment with Wild Energy Smart Metering!

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