Moving towards a smarter future

Felgate, Garry
June 2009
Utility Week;6/19/2009, p27
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the announcement made by the government in May 2009 regarding the delivery of smart gas and electricity meters to every household in Great Britain by 2020. According to the author, as consultations get under way, the details of a smart meter rollout should be determined, and a clear timetable is needed. Among the areas on which the industry should focus are the design of the delivery model and interoperability and communications.


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