Smart meters
Ofgem launches smart metering costs and price cap allowance consultation

The regulator says it welcomes responses from suppliers and consumer groups, as well as stakeholders and the wider public

Spain taken to EU Court over heating and hot water metering failings

The Commission said the country has not complied with the rules under the Energy Efficiency Directive

Smart data
New offering allows service providers to smarten up to energy data

n3rgy says opening access to current and historic energy data and tariff information will create a true smart data revolution

Water companies ‘should be allowed to introduce compulsory metering’

The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee has called on the government to enable this by the end of 2019

Energy firm signs £6m deal with BT

A multi-million pound deal with BT is set to double turnover for a Stockport-based energy management company. Adam International has won a contract to supply and install remote energy management systems into BT telephone exchanges across the country, which will double its turnover to £12m. Adam’s technology will be used by BT to monitor and […]

No 10 is number two in Westminster energy battle

David Cameron has famously vowed to make his government “the greenest ever” and his own department would seem to be doing its bit to achieve this. Since the beginning of this month, all 18 government offices have been having their energy use logged and then rated in a league table which compares usage with September. […]

ENER-G Switch2 in Yorkshire boost

ENER-G Switch2, supplier of bespoke metering and billing technologies and services for multi-tenancy buildings, has marked its 30th anniversary in Yorkshire by expanding into new premises. The company, which says it is on track to hit a turnover of £11m this year, will also create 20 new jobs. ENER-G Switch2 has moved within the Bradford […]