Engaging consumers with smart energy

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Professor Phil Taylor argues any attempt to encourage smart meter engagement needs to account for the huge diversity of consumer needs

Every week, businesses announce new investments in technology to help balance energy supply and demand. Last month, electric car maker Tesla made an offer for solar panel company SolarCity. Earlier...

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