Hard question on smart meters

Milne, Roger
September 2009
Utility Week;9/11/2009, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports on the response of various organisations to the consultation launched by the government of Great Britain regarding the introduction of domestic smart metering for the gas industry. The Association of Independent Gas Transporters (AIGT) has raised its concerns about the preferred model touted by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc). Independent Pipelines Ltd. (IPL) has questioned the economic benefits of smart metering.


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