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ERC advises distributors to provide time-of-use meters

The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) have directed distribution utilities to provide interval meters and consumption data to qualified customers. The regulator directed the distribution utilities in Luzon and Visayas to finish the installation of the time- of-use meters within 30 ...

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Atos and Siemens to collaborate on generation planning and energy trading solution

IT services provider Atos and Siemens have announced they will be collaborating on a development to optimise power generation and trading. Both companies will use their expertise in their fields in the development. The integrated software is designed to boost ...

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UK Businesses Wasting Half Their Energy

  British businesses could be wasting up to half their electricity after working hours are finished, according to smart meter data from over 6,000 meters studied by British Gas. 46% of the business electricity use is after working hours, between ...

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Europe smart meter revenue to grow five-fold by 2017

  Smart meter revenue is expected to rise to $1.93 billion by 2017 , according to Frost & Sullivan’s analysis. The smart meter installed base in Europe is expected to grow from 43.9 million in 2010 to 200.43 million in ...

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Hawaiian Electric Company Launch New Demand Response Program

HECO has launched a new demand response program designed to help business customers save money on their electric bills, while adding more renewable energy to the grid. The pilot, called The Fast Demand Response (Fast DR) rewards commercial and industrial customers ...

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Smart Meters not obligatory

The Telegraph have recently published an article claiming that the UK government has backed away from its former mandate to install a smart meter into every household by 2019, a project expected to cost £12 billion. Giving in to pressure ...

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