Oct 9th 2012
Non-domestic smart meter impacts need further analysis: Ofgem
The Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) has suggested the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) should undertake further detailed analysis of the collective impacts of smart meters for the non-domestic sector. In a letter issued in response to DECC's August 2012 consultation on the second version of the Smart Metering Equipment Technical Specifications, the regulator raised concerns over the implications of policy proposals related to the non-domestic sector and on the ability of these consumers to switch between suppliers. Published on Monday 8 October, the letter also saw Ofgem raise concerns regarding the Communications Service Providers procurement and ownership of the Communications Hub, as this may allow for the leverage of other commercial opportunities at the expense of energy consumers.
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