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New report quantifies the future value of smart meters to households - 28th February 2019

Smart meter owners who are most engaged with their energy use can save up to 20 per cent on their annual bill by embracing a new energy system, according to new research published today.

Smart Energy GB responds to the news that smart meters can help monitor dementia patients living at home - 04/02/2019

Smart Energy GB responds to the news that smart meters can help monitor dementia patients living at home

Phil Spencer's new tips to increase your property value: Smart energy efficiency - 22 January 2019

Top ways to make your home energy efficient for less, revealed for Big Energy Saving Week 2019

Smart Energy GB responds to Hitachi's decision to suspend construction of its nuclear power plant - 17th January 2019

It's vital we have a renewable energy system, or we risk a full blown crisis

Dancing on Ice star Max Evans swaps skates for ghillies to encourage Scots to get energy fit - 15th January 2018

Former Dancing on Ice contestant Max Evans swapped his skates for ghillies today in a demonstration of how smart meters can make your energy use completely visible.

Smart Energy GB recognised as centre of excellence for wellbeing

Smart Energy GB has been recognised as a centre of excellence for wellbeing by 'Great Place to Work'

Smart Energy GB welcomes Facebook's action to tackle fake news - 11th January 2019

This follows the posting of a misleading video about smart meters on the social media site

Smart Energy GB responds to the BEIS Select Committee hearing on the National Audit Office's smart meter rollout report - 9th January 2019

The benefits of smart meters outweigh the costs by billions of pounds, with nearly two thirds of people with a smart meter feeling more in control of their energy usage