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Smart Energy GB response to Ofgem’s announcement of its decision to implement reliable next-day switching for energy customers
Smart Energy GB, the voice of the smart meter rollout, has today published a new report which examines the lasting impact of its partnerships with a wide range of organisations across the country.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published statistics for smart meter installations from July to September 2017.
Smart Energy GB’s work to engage consumers in Wales won gold at the annual CIPR Wales awards, held at Cardiff’s City Hall on Friday 24th November.
The UCL Energy Institute has published an open letter to the editors of Energy Policy to highlight a number of errors in a recent paper on smart meters by the University of Sussex.
Smart Energy GB and the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) have entered into a partnership that will light up the winter sky at RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey as part of the garden’s annual ‘Christmas Glow’ event.
Research published by Smart Energy GB today shows the positive impact of smart meters on how people are using energy in their homes – and how the benefits of having a smart meter continue over time.
Smart Energy GB have struck award gold again after their ‘Gaz & Leccys’ digital campaign to raise awareness of energy wasting behaviour topped the best use of digital in the Energy & Utilities sector category at the 2017 Digital Impact Awards.
A Smart Energy GB spokesperson said: “This research contains some serious inaccuracies and omissions which paint a misleading picture of the smart meter rollout and the benefits to consumers.
Smart meters found to be a stepping stone to engaging with smart technology in the home - for people of all ages