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.

Large supplier smart meter installations down 10% in Q3

These companies fitted 495,400 gas and 632,600 electricity smart meters over the period

Green GB Week is here!

It is designed to highlight the opportunities clean growth offers the UK and raise understanding of how businesses and the public can contribute to tackling climate change

Editorial – not that smart the trouble with our rollout

How can smart meter rollout ever hit the 2020 deadline when we haven’t got the logistics anywhere near correct?

First gen smart meter deployment comes to an end

The government says it will require suppliers to get non-functional units working

ELF 2018: ‘Unlikely UK smart meter rollout will ever offer value for money’

Peter Atherton, Associate at Cornwall Insight, says the domestic rollout has been unnecessarily complex and costly

Could smart meter data help reduce network power losses?

A UK distribution network operator aims to analyse smart meter data to identify and reduce electricity losses and cut carbon emissions. Northern Powergrid, which serves around 3.9 million homes and businesses, has launched a new programme to boost the understanding of technical losses and improve loss reduction across its network. Smart meters will provide half-hourly […]