Energy suppliers could hike prices for customers who stick with traditional meters, in an effort to encourage uptake of smart meters, an energy minister has suggested to MPs.
Bulb smart energy meters across England have suddenly started speaking fluent Welsh, to the bemusement of English customers.
New data from energy and water experts Cornwall Insight shows that more than 50,000 smart metres will need to be installed every day in order for the government to meet targets of every home having one by 2020.
The rate of smart meter installations in the UK dropped in the last quarter of 2018, according to figures from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Engaged and proactive smart meter users can trim their annual energy bills by up to 20%, as a digitisation transforms our energy consumption and market.
Energy suppliers need to triple the amount of smart meters they are currently installing in order to meet a 2020 deadline, according to new research.