Unlike traditional utility meters, which simply register a running total of energy used, smartgas and electricity meters can record half-hourly price and consumption data and provide automatic meter readings to your energy supplier.

Most homes have two meters, one for gas and one for electricity – both will be replaced with smart meters. Domestic supplies will also be offered an In-Home Display (sometimes referred to as an IHD), an easy-to-use handheld device that sits within your home.

Covering Topics

  • What are smart meters?
  • Smart Meters - Rolling out 53 million smart meters across Great Britain
  • What will smart meters do?
  • How is the programme progressing?
  • Issues for multi-dwelling units (MDUs)
  • ARMA calls for intervention

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