Tuesday, 18 January 2011

More Smart Meter News

Opus Energy has announced new partnerships with smart
meter providers UPL and National Grid owned
OnStream. Opus Energy, which had previously worked with IMServe, claims to
be the first energy company to make smart meters available to all of its
customers, free of charge.

The agreements with the new providers cover the delivery and operation of
meters and the collection of their data. Expanding its portfolio enables
Opus Energy to increase its customer roll-out. After installing over 12,000
meters in 2010, the company expects to deploy an additional 3,000 by spring
2011, which represents nearly 20 percent of its client base. Opus reports
that the planned installations include all of its Profile Class 5-8 users,
who will have their meters fitted in advance of the Government's 2014


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