Impact assessment

Impact assessment for the smart meter rollout for the domestic sector

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Managing energy systems more efficiently in the future, and providing new information and services to consumers which reduce costs and carbon emissions.

Documents

Smart meter rollout for the domestic sector (GB): Impact Assessment (Government response stage)

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Smart meter rollout for the domestic sector (GB): Impact Assessment (consultation stage)

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Detail

Smart metering is a key enabling technology for managing energy systems more efficiently in the future, and providing new information and services to consumers which reduce costs and carbon emissions. In Great Britain, the provision of energy meters to consumers is the responsibility of energy retail suppliers, and is subject to competition.