UK university to host Europe’s ‘largest’ smart energy demonstrator

Businesses will have access to the facility to test and develop new technologies

British public ‘wary of smart meter security risks’

Nearly half are so scared of the prospect of a cyber attack in their home that they refuse to install a device

European demand response market ‘to grow to $3.5bn by 2025’

It is expected to be aided by advances in Internet of Things-enabled systems

French consumers with smart meters can request electromagnetic exposure tests

The nation aims to install 35m smart meters by the end of the decade

UK SMEs granted £8.8m to trial innovative smart meter tech

A total of nine competition winners across the hospitality, retail and education sectors will explore new approaches to cut energy costs

EDF Energy to pay £350k for missing smart meter target

Suppliers are required to set individual targets under the government’s rollout of the technology

Could smart meters charge up EV adoption?

Smart Energy GB says more than a third of drivers would be more interested in buying an EV if they had a smart meter at their home

UK consults on interoperability of first generation smart meters

Currently, consumers may lose the smart services provided by the technology when they switch to a different supplier

Utilita Energy files for judicial review into smart meter rollout

The government extended the date from July to October 2018 but the energy firm said it “repeatedly urged BEIS” to push the deadline for SMETS1 meters to at least 2020

Leeds hots up with new £35m district heating project

The project is expected to deliver savings of between 10% to 25% per year on energy bills as well as reduce carbon emissions