U.K. consumers confused about smart meters

October 16, 2011 at 3:41 pm

Nearly two-thirds (63%) of UK residents are confused about smart meters and what they do, according to new research from E.ON, a European energy company.

The U.K. government is requiring that every property have a smart meter installed by 2019, so this survey indicates that the government must clarify its vision for what smart meters will mean to consumers…

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Entry filed under: consumer energy feedback, demand response, dynamic pricing, Energy Efficiency, Europe, Government, Home energy management, pricing, residential, smart appliances, Smart Meters, UK.

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