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Smart energy employers


We’re inviting employers from across GB to share information with their staff about smart meters and to become a Smart Energy Employer.

To help you draw on the national transformation in your own campaigns we have a range of resources available. We also have a range of educational films on our YouTube channel to help explain the national rollout and how smart meters work.

Why become a smart energy employer?

A once in a generation appointment

We have been delighted to work with a range of employers including Transport for London (TFL), NHS Employers, Hilton and Adnams to promote the benefits of smart meters to their employees. Could you share information with your employees and join this group of Smart Energy Employers?

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Case study: Partnership with the NHS

We have worked with NHS Employers and the NHS Sustainable development Unit to spread the word about smart meters to the 1.3 million people that work for the NHS in England and Wales.

NHS employers produced a range of tools and resources to support HR teams to share information with staff, such as posters, infographics and podcasts.

Danny Mortimer, Chief Executive, NHS Employers, said: “We’re extremely pleased to be supporting Smart Energy GB’s initiative to help NHS staff become more energy conscious, which we also hope will help them save money on their bills. Our Get Energy Smart campaign includes toolkits, infographics, posters, podcasts and blogs to help organisations raise awareness of the measures staff can take to save energy at home and at work. Energy efficiency measures across the NHS have already saved £1.85bn since 2007 and we’re keen to make even more progress."