‘Windy Pete’ on ELN: “My own wind turbine powers 17 households”

A retired engineer who supplies energy to his local community through his 50kW turbine spoke to ELN about the scheme

Hub Energy goes bust

The closure is predicted to affect 15,000 customers who are going to be protected under Ofgem’s safety net

Energy suppliers’ customer service ‘hit a new low’

Ofgem’s latest report show consumers’ satisfaction with customer service has decreased by 4% in the first quarter

Are smart meters really smart?

New research has found that just one in six energy deals currently on the market are available for smart meter owners

Putting businesses in control of their energy

Smart meters are helping put businesses in charge of their energy use.

Thames Water hits half a million smart meter milestone

Its rollout, which currently covers London and the village of Haslemere, near Guildford, is the biggest smart water meter programme in the UK

UK’s smart meter programme ‘hits 15 million milestone’

February saw 163,000 smart meter installations, according to a new report

SMS commits to becoming carbon-neutral by 2030

The smart meter installer will adopt renewable on-site generation and the use of EVs for its operations in the UK and Ireland

How could a smart meter paired with a thermostat slash monthly energy bills?

OVO Energy will connect smart meters with thermostats to offer customers energy saving advice through an app

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.