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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 has been recognised as a centre of excellence for wellbeing by 'Great Place to Work'
This follows the posting of a misleading video about smart meters on the social media site
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
More than 250,000 second generation smart meters have now been installed
Responding to Ofgem's proposals for a smarter, fairer and cleaner energy system, Robert Cheesewright, Director of Corporate Affairs at Smart Energy GB said: "The rollout of smart meters to every home in Great Britain is key to enabling a fully smart, clean and greener energy grid for the nation. We welcome the announcement from Ofgem today that could lead to savings for consumers and also greatly incentivise more time of use tariffs for those consumers who wish to use them. Without a truly smart grid we won't be able to meet our climate change targets nor will generators, energy suppliers and networks be able to balance future supply with the anticipated increase in demand as we see more electric vehicles plugged into the network."
New research shows how smart meter owners are using the devices to save energy
BEIS have published the quarterly statistics today detailing the number of smart meter installations
Responding to the National Audit Office report on smart meters, published on Friday 23rd November 2018 Robert Cheesewright, Director of Corporate Affairs at Smart Energy GB, said: “Britain’s smart meter rollout is a hugely complex and challenging infrastructure upgrade, but we must not lose sight of the bigger picture which is that we urgently need a modern, connected energy system with smart meters at its heart.
Experts gather in Inverness to discuss the potential of new technologies to transform health, care and community services in the Highlands and Islands