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Five-fold growth for smart meter data

Five-fold growth for smart meter data Millions of new smart meters are estimated to be enlisted in the UK’s smart network in the upcoming years. The Data Communications Company (DCC), which constructs & takes care of the smart metering network, has estimated that in the next 4 years Britain will see a 500 percent boost…
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Home intrusion by SSE to install pre-paid meter

Home intrusion by SSE to install pre-paid meter An energy company has been slammed after allegedly trespassing into a home, installing new locks and equipping a pre-paid meter. Rachael Holgate and her partner, owners of the property, claimed that they were locked out of their home in Hull for 4 hours. It is known that…
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All-electric homes in US increasing

All-electric homes in US increasing The amount of homes that consume electricity as the only source of energy to cover their needs has increased in 2020. That’s according to the most recent report by the Energy Info Administration (EIA) which implies that more than a quarter, an predicted 26 percent, of US households are all-electric.…
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Spaces created for people who can’t pay to use heating

Spaces created for people who can’t pay to use heating A local authority has signalled the creation of spaces in public buildings designated to warm people who cannot afford their energy bills amid cost of living issues. The idea of “warm banks” was said yesterday in a tweet written by Martin Lewis, Founder of Money…
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Above £3k for energy bills this winter

Above £3k for energy bills this winter Household energy bills are set to increase above £3k per year, new reports have estimated. The National Energy Action has predicted that on average, dual fuel users paying via direct debit will face a bill of £3,018 per year. Customers on prepayment meters would be owing £3,048 per…
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Lithium-ion batteries that can endure extreme weather

Lithium-ion batteries that can endure extreme weather Do you have concern for how long the battery of your electric vehicle may last in intense weather conditions? Scientists say that would not be an issue anymore. Engineers at the University of California San Diego have made lithium-ion batteries operating very well at freezing cold and blistering…
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Japanese advised to turn off lights for saving energy

Japanese advised to turn off lights for saving energy: In order to save energy, millions of people in Tokyo have been told to switch off lights as Japan is struck by a heatwave. Japan had soaring temperatures for a 4th consecutive day as Tokyo’s heat broke almost 150-year records. In the capital, the temperature rose…
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Energy rationing needed in the UK

Energy rationing needed in the UK EDF, TotalEnergies and ENGIE managements have teamed up to start a proposition to French customers to limit the amount of energy they consume. Announced in a group, Jean-Bernard Lévy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EDF, Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and CEO of TotalEnergies and Catherine MacGregor, CEO of ENGIE,…
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11% rise in smart meter installations in May

11% rise in smart meter installations in May Smart meter installations in May increased by 11%, compared to April. The current report from ElectraLink predicts that there were almost 207,000 installations last month, up on 186,000 in April. However, the amount of smart meters installed is 5% lower than what it was in May last…
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Global shift to low-carbon energy sources is not up to speed

Global shift to low-carbon energy sources is not up to speed The world’s energy transition to renewables is not happening. That’s one of the findings of the REN21’s Renewables 2022 Global Status report, which suggests the global shift to lower-carbon energy sources is not up to speed and may make it difficult for the world…
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