Germany: Steps toward time-of-use energy pricing, consumer engagement

September 21, 2010 at 2:50 pm

In Germany, time-of-use pricing is getting easier for consumers and electricity retailers.

This summer, Germany’s Federal Network Agency (which regulates electric and natural gas utilities) released a position paper outlining the minimum requirements for electricity and gas meters to reflect how much energy consumers use, and when they use it…

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Entry filed under: Europe, Germany, Smart Meters, Standards, Time of Use (TOU) prices, Utilities. Tags: , .

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