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The benefits of a smart, flexible energy system - 18th May 2022

We have the flexibility to shop or bank at midnight if we choose to. Our energy system is no different. It also needs to be smart - and flexibility is key. This blog highlights the benefits of a time of use tariff, market-wide half-hourly settlements and how being flexible with energy use can benefit us all in the long term.

Tackling Climate Change from Home: How to Turn Good Intentions into Positive Actions - 30/09/2021

We commissioned behavioural science experts, The Behavioural Architects, to find out how organisations can better communicate with their consumers about the climate emergency.

It's a win-win: smart meters in the Private Rented Sector - 30th March 2021

Kate Faulkner, Property Market Analyst and commentator

Getting the smart meter rollout right for prepayment households

Matt Copeland, Head of Policy & Public Affairs NEA

What is the health and wellbeing potential of the smart meter? - 18th November 2020 - 18th November 2020

Jon Paxman, Senior Researcher, 2020health & Julia Manning, Founding Director, 2020health

The smart meter / prepayment combo that is revolutionising the consumer energy experience - 6/01/2020

Gavin O’Neill, Managing Director, Generis

How can we make our homes less vulnerable to cyber criminals? - 6/12/2019

Simon Newman, Head of Cyber and Business Services, Police Crime Prevention Initiatives

How does the smart meter rollout affect households in fuel poverty? - 5/11/2019

Matt Copeland, Policy Manager, NEA

Energy efficiency: the heart of every home - 02/10/2019

Johann Van Dyke, Public Affairs Officer, Smart Energy GB

Using your smart meter to be a consumer, a citizen and a neighbour - 05/09/2019

Dr Stephen Hall, Leeds University, expert in: sustainable cities; energy systems; smart grids; energy policy