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It’s not easy being green: half of Brits don’t make regular efforts to reduce energy use - 6th September 2018

Kirstie Allsopp is calling on people to follow her lead by getting a free smart meter and saving energy for the environment

Smart Energy GB response to the BEIS quarterly report on smart meter installations - 30th August 2018

Smart Energy GB response to the BEIS quarterly report on smart meter installations

Smart Energy GB response to Citizens Advice statement on smart meter deadline - 10th August 2018

Smart meters will help modernise our energy system and improve customer’s experiences, as Citizens Advice recognise.

Smart Energy GB response to recent stories on time of use tariffs - 31st July 2018

It is important to remember that no-one will ever be forced into a variable tariff - the choice will always be the customer’s

Smart Energy GB response to the story in the Daily Telegraph and comments by Mike O’Brien and Sir Edward Davey. - 30th July 2018

“For most households, having a smart meter installed could help them save enough energy each year to power their home for a week.

Norwich: Campaign for a cleaner, greener, smarter Britain rolls into Norwich - 26th July 2018

Together those in the East of England could save as much as £54.5 million** if each household joined the 552,634 households in the East of England that have already had a smart meter installed

Smart Energy GB response to British Infrastructure Group’s report on smart meters - 21st July 2018

The smart meter rollout is a vital investment for Great Britain, leading to savings that will outweigh the costs by billions of pounds. The Government and Ofgem have been clear that they expect energy suppliers to pass these savings on to customers.

Leeds: Campaign for a cleaner, greener, smarter Britain rolls into Leeds - 20th July 2018

Together those in Yorkshire and the Humber could save as much as £48.9 million** if each household joined the 597,359 households in Yorkshire and the Humber that have already had a smart meter installed

Bristol: Campaign for a cleaner, greener, smarter Britain rolls into Bristol - 14th July 2018

Together those in the South West could save as much as £50 million** if each household joined the 501,880 households in the South West that have already had a smart meter installed