The partnership integrates SmartThings app to optimise home appliances, offers notifications for peak savings and introduces Samsung heat pumps for efficient heating
The government has launched the “Inclusive Smart Solutions Programme” with £2.75 million in funding to support low income consumers in the transition to a flexible energy system
The energy regulator has asked for input from stakeholders on how to assist consumers in adopting flexible energy consumption practices
Senior Tories want the government to stop the smart meter rollout, fearing it could lead to higher charges and controlled energy usage
The University of Nottingham has received £2 million in funding to create a smart energy grid that will reduce energy bills
We still need to explore some of the different ways smart energy can make life easier and better for providers and consumers, both now, and in the future, especially with the price of energy going up so quickly.
This blog explores all the ways smart energy can make life easier and better for providers and consumers, both now, and in the future.
Its technology offers a real-time breakdown of appliances’ energy use and spend as well as enables renewable energy trading
Representatives from National Grid visited United Cast Bar UK (UCB), the leading foundry and a successful manufacturer of continuously cast-iron bar.
They will initially apply to fridges and freezers, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and battery storage