The 10 millionth smart meter has been installed in Great Britain in a significant milestone for the technology.
Energy companies' smart meter installations have "rebounded" since the UK's first coronavirus lockdown despite restrictions waxing and waning across the country, new figures show.
Over five million SMETS2 smart meters have been installed in the UK according to the Data Communications Company (DCC).
The first ever polyphase SMETS2 smart meter has been installed in the UK, with the technology allowing properties connected to a three-phase electricity supply to have the option of a smart meter.
Drax has revealed it is working on what it is lauding as a ‘ground-breaking’ polyphase SMETS2 smart meter.
Smart meter installations dropped in Q1 of 2020, as the impact of COVID-19 began to be felt in the UK in March.
Ofgem has issued five supplier with final orders after they failed to become Data Communications Company (DCC) users.
The smart meter rollout has hit a new milestone, as the Data Communications Company (DCC) confirms the installation of the four millionth second-generation smart meter (SMETS2).
Ofgem is consulting on issuing nine suppliers final orders, which could lead to revocation of their licenses, for not joining the Data Communications Company (DCC).