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.
Half of suppliers have failed to reach their smart meter installation milestones, and were more than 10% outside of the tolerance allowed.
The government has extended the obligation to take All Reasonable Steps (ARS) to install smart meters by six months, as a result of COVID-19.
Drax has revealed it is working on what it is lauding as a ‘ground-breaking’ polyphase SMETS2 smart meter.
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.