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About British Gas and Scottish Power. British Gas and Scottish Power are both part of the group of energy suppliers known as the ‘Big Six’, older companies that dominate the energy market in the UK.
Data and Communications Company (DCC) A key element of the rollout in Great Britain is the development of a centralised smart metering communications infrastructure to send and receive information from smart meters to energy suppliers, energy network operators and energy service companies.
SMART METERS EXPLAINED. A smart meter is the next generation of a gas and electricity meter. They're being installed by energy suppliers in every home in England, Scotland and Wales.
Energy suppliers are gradually installing the next generation of gas and electricity meters, called smart meters. The Government's ambition is for everyone in England, Scotland and Wales to be offered them at no upfront cost in the next few years, but what exactly are smart meters, should you get ...
Just came to go top up my meter as i prefer it on prepayment and the the key fob (purple one) for scottish power won't read in the meter or the shops...
CONTACTING SMART ENERGY GB. Before you contact us. Smart Energy GB is not involved in the practical installation of smart meters - the gas and electricity suppliers are responsible for this.
Smart meters replace your existing energy meter and send us regular meter readings automatically. Once you've had your smart kit installed, you'll be able to see how much energy you're using on a handheld device called a Smart Energy Tracker, or by logging into your SSE online account.
Your smart data. We automatically retrieve readings straight from your smart meter. How often we retrieve your readings is up to you, you can choose from monthly, daily or half hourly.
Everything you need to know about getting a smart meter installed, including the pros and cons, and the limitations of early smart meters. Plus energy companies fitting smart meters now - British Gas, EDF, Eon, SSE and more.
How do smart meters work . Smart meters replace your existing gas and electricity meters. They use wireless networks, similar to mobile phone networks, to send data directly to your energy supplier about how much gas and electricity you're using.