Silver Spring Networks: UK faces flawed smart grid future

Will Nichols
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Senior exec warns UK must move past metering plans and deliver smart infrastructure

The UK's plans to install smart meters currently fall well short of what is required to create a nationwide smart grid, prompting a senior executive at one of the world's leading smart grid firms to warn...

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