- Update on the introduction of smart meters—the transition from SMETS1 to SMETS2
- What are the differences between SMETS1 and SMETS2 meters?
- Introduction of SMETS1
- Transition to SMETS2
- What do the latest set of smart metering consultation decisions mean for the transition between SMETS1 and SMETS2, in terms of future installations of smart meters and smart meters already on the wall?
- Maximising the interoperability for first generation (SMETS1) smart meters
- All reasonable steps to enrol SMETS1 meters in the DCC
- Backstop Date
- Withdrawal of enrolled SMETS1 meters from the DCC
- SMETS1 and AMR Exception End Dates
- While energy suppliers are making steady progress towards achieving their rollout obligations, with approximately 47,000 SMETS2 meters having been installed as at the end of September 2018, such progress has not been without its challenges:
- Public Perception
- Security of Supply
- Installation and Commissioning
- Residual Risk
Energy analysis: Matt Nixon, associate at Addleshaw Goddard LLP, explores the transition from first generation ‘SMETS1’ smart meters to second generation ‘SMETS2’ smart meters, as well as the ongoing challenges Great Britain’s energy suppliers are facing as they rollout smart meters.
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