Set out below are some of features of the Real Time monitoring that we are doing with the new breed of low cost clip on meters – we are working with the Current Cost meters but the principle applies to many of these meters. Current Cost meters costing ~£45-60. We currently have a free application […]Read More
1. CAPACITY IN WHICH I (Colin Boughton Smith) AM RESPONDING AND BACKGROUND I am the Managing Director of Energy Metering Technology Ltd (EMT), and am responding due to my passionate believe that automatic meter reading, and the awareness it brings to the consumer, is fundamental to achieve utility resource use efficiency. I have […]Read More
On 3 October 2010 10:12, David Hirst .com <email@example.com> wrote: Good information is a Good Thing. Nobody doubts that, for some people and organisations, improved information about their electricity (and even gas and water) consumption and its costs could provoke some behaviour change, or trigger energy saving investments. Indeed, current UK laws assume this is […]Read More
Wednesday 29 September 2010, Energy Institute, London The implementation of Smart Meters in the UK has major implications for business and the public sector. DECC/Ofgem E-Serve are working through activities and consultations with the aim of defining the implementation programme; a programme that will shape the type and scope of services for energy and carbon […]Read More
Circulated to all ESTA MembersMonday 5 July 2010 We are alerting you to a situation that may have a direct affect now on your data collection and BEMS systems. Metering, automatic meter reading systems and aM&T have been recognised by Government as key to energy and carbon management e.g. roll out of smart/advanced […]Read More
CAMPAIGN TO SAVE THE PULSED OUTPUT METER FOR THE SAKE OF UK PLC Summary: 50% of electricity and gas used in building is used in small quantities and metered through low volume non Half Hourly registering meters – as per your house which are read every 3 months roughtly, and hence are quarterly year metering . To […]Read More
The energy storage industry is assured of a successful future. There will be setbacks in these difficult times, of course, in a sector that has many vulnerable pre-commercial technology developers. However, storage has all the attributes of a cornerstone technology, enabling real progress in areas that are certain to be of huge significance: the effective use of […]Read More
New licence conditions for the supply of electricity and gas will be introduced on April 6 this year. These new conditions are an essential building block in the Government’s carbon reduction programme for the UK. Under these changes, all Profile Class 5-8 electricity meters, and all metered gas consuming over 732,000 kWh a year, must […]Read More
From the wonderful Electrical Review Column – Gossage “The late Professor Roland Levinsky was a pioneering immunologist, and vice-chancellor of the University of Plymouth. He died because, in atrocious weather conditions, he walked into a live 11,000 volt power cable left dangling across a footpath near Wembury, Devon. It was not as if the cable […]Read More
The Institution of Engineering and Technology are working with Tom Eales from Special Report Publishing who is producing a 16 page Smart Metering Supplement, to be published in The Daily Telegraph.
The supplement will focus on explaining the advantages, opportunities and challenges around smart metering for business and will be published in The Daily Telegraph on the 27th November 2008 with a huge circulation of 610,000 copies.
Further copies will be distributed at Smart Metering 2009 and all editorial content will also be published on the Daily Telegraph Business Club website. The tabloid-sized page report will be written by highly regarded journalists and industry speakers and will be packed with relevant editorial.Read More