Smart Energy GB to shift focus to behaviour change and boosting smart meter demand

Cecilia Keating
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Smart Energy GB to shift focus to behaviour change and boosting smart meter demand

Organisation tasked with overseeing national rollout of smart meters set to shift its focus from awareness building to driving demand for the devices and encouraging pro-environmental behaviours

Smart Energy GB, the body established seven years ago to build consumer awareness of smart meters, is set for a revamp next year as it shifts its campaign activities towards driving consumer demand for...

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