Research and analysis

Smart meter roll-out (GB): cost-benefit analysis

A cost-benefit analysis of the roll-out of smart meters to the domestic and small and non-domestic sectors in Great Britain.

Documents

Smart meter roll-out cost-benefit analysis: Part 1

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Smart meter roll-out cost-benefit analysis: Part 2 - Technical annex

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Details

The Government is committed to ensuring that every home and small business in the country is offered a smart meter by the end of 2020, delivered as cost effectively as possible. The roll-out of smart meters is an important national modernisation programme that will bring benefits to businesses and the nation as a whole.

This cost-benefit analysis reflects the latest available evidence and updates the analysis in the Impact Assessment published in January 2014.

Published 10 November 2016