The speed of the smart meter rollout continues to fluctuate as installs surge compared to Q4 2018 but fall year-on-year.
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).
More than three million second-generation smart meters have now been installed in the UK, new figures from the Data Communications Company have revealed.
The two millionth SMETS2 smart meter has been installed, marking the doubling of installs since May.
The Data Communications Company (DCC), the body tasked with maintaining the UK’s smart meter data network, has confirmed a major smart meter milestone has been surpassed.
The rollout of smart meters across the UK will come in after deadline and over budget, according to a damning report from the National Audit Office, adding yet more pressure on the government to address its strategy.
The smart meter roll out has all the signs of a car crash according to MPs from the UK’s two leading political parties, with doubts growing that the 2020 deadline will be kept to by the government.
British Gas has partnered with Landis+Gyr to install the very first SMETS2-certified smart meter, heralding a new era for smart, domestic energy.