British Gas accepts £4.5m fine for missing smart meter deadline

Michael Holder
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British Gas accepts £4.5m fine for missing smart meter deadline

Energy firm agrees to pay money to Carbon Trust after admitting it 'could have done more' to meet 2014 business rollout date

British Gas has been fined £4.5m by regulator Ofgem for missing an April 2014 deadline to supply some of its larger business customers with smart electricity meters. According to Ofgem, British Gas...

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