Will UK Election Results Accelerate Smart Meter Rollouts?

May 7, 2010 at 5:30 pm

In yesterday’s election, the British public was sharply divided politically, failing to elect a majority of any party for the first time since 1974. Yet on the subject of smart meters, the three parties receiving the lion’s share of votes – the Conservatives, Labor, and the Liberal Democrats – are sharply united in their favor. If the likely coalition government of Conservatives and Liberal Democrats ensues, the UK will likely overtake US advanced meter rollouts and provide new learning regarding centralized meter data management and exchange such as we’re seeing in Ontario, Canada and Texas.

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