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National Housing Federation and Smart Energy GB partnership to reach older people without internet access - 20th July 2017

Smart Energy GB and the National Housing Federation (NHF) will work together this year on a project to reach people over the age of 65 who don’t have access to the internet

Smart Energy GB in communities fund invites applications - 13th June 2017

Smart Energy GB, the voice of the national smart meter rollout, is inviting charities and other community organisations to apply for small grants from the Smart Energy GB in Communities fund.

A Smart Energy Future for Rural Areas - 7th June 2017

New paper from Smart Energy GB examines how smart technology is energising rural community energy projects across Great Britain  

Smart Energy GB in Communities Programme - 25th May 2017

Spreading the word about smart meters

Smart Energy GB response to the BEIS quarterly report on smart meter installations - 25 May 2017

Nearly 7 million smart meters have now been installed across Great Britain

Smart Energy GB ranked as one of the UK’s top places to work - 5th May 2017

Smart Energy GB is ranked in the top 50 of the UK’s medium sized organisations

Energising health: a review of the health and care applications of smart meter data - 3rd May 2017

Smart Energy GB publishes new report about the potential for smart meter data in transforming healthcare

Smart Energy GB publishes new report Smart meters and energy usage: a survey of energy behaviour before and after upgrading to a smart meter - 26th April 2017

New Smart Energy GB research shows more than 8 in 10 people with smart meters have changed household behaviour to use less energy

National Housing Federation and Smart Energy GB partnership to reach older people without internet access - 20th July 2017

Smart Energy GB and the National Housing Federation (NHF) will work together this year on a project to reach people over the age of 65 who don’t have access to the internet

Smart Energy GB in communities fund invites applications - 13th June 2017

Smart Energy GB, the voice of the national smart meter rollout, is inviting charities and other community organisations to apply for small grants from the Smart Energy GB in Communities fund.

A Smart Energy Future for Rural Areas - 7th June 2017

New paper from Smart Energy GB examines how smart technology is energising rural community energy projects across Great Britain  

Smart Energy GB in Communities Programme - 25th May 2017

Spreading the word about smart meters

Smart Energy GB response to the BEIS quarterly report on smart meter installations - 25 May 2017

Nearly 7 million smart meters have now been installed across Great Britain

Smart Energy GB ranked as one of the UK’s top places to work - 5th May 2017

Smart Energy GB is ranked in the top 50 of the UK’s medium sized organisations

Energising health: a review of the health and care applications of smart meter data - 3rd May 2017

Smart Energy GB publishes new report about the potential for smart meter data in transforming healthcare

Smart Energy GB publishes new report Smart meters and energy usage: a survey of energy behaviour before and after upgrading to a smart meter - 26th April 2017

New Smart Energy GB research shows more than 8 in 10 people with smart meters have changed household behaviour to use less energy