3 of the oddest things we’ve read about the smart meter roll-out

With the number of smart meters on Great Britain’s walls now at 5 million and the pace picking up, Haven Power’s latest instalment of their smart myths series looks at the smart meter rollout.

OVO Energy to pay out £1.2m for smart meter failure

SSE Energy Services failed to meet its smart meter installation target for 2019, before its acquisition by OVO Energy

Coronavirus delays smart meter rollout as installations suspended

Energy UK has announced the Coronavirus pandemic has prompted its members to halt ‘all non-essential field-based activities’

Smart meters – the future of energy, misunderstood

With the Government targeting net zero carbon emissions by 2050, businesses and consumers will need to play their part in helping to tackle climate change.

More than three million second-generation smart meters now installed

The Data Communications Company (DCC) says more than half-a-billion messages to and from smart meters have been carried by its network this year

Proposed target of deploying smart meters to 85% of homes by 2024 ‘is impossible’

Trade body Energy UK has warned the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) suppliers are likely to be hit with large fines ‘as a result of factors outside their control’

Smart Data Communications Company unveils new control centre in Manchester

The new Brabazon House facility has 19 modular test labs with 2,400 smart meters test spaces and aims to facilitate the national deployment of smart meters

Government considers extending smart meter deadline to 2024

The move would give suppliers until 2024 to install the devices in 30 million homes and businesses across the UK

TESS 2019: How smart metering can make data collection simple

Paul Farrell from IMServ will be exploring the issue at The Energy Solutions Show

Short Fuse Episode 39

Short Fuse episode featuring the latest energy news and insights.