Gas

Smart Metering and Gas

Smart meters are the next generation of gas and electricity meters. They are part of the UK Government’s plan for upgrading the UK’s energy system.

The aim is for all homes and small businesses to have smart meters by 2020. 

Between now and 2020 energy suppliers will be responsible for replacing over 53 million gas and electricity meters. This will involve visits to 30 million homes and small businesses.

Guidance on Gas Service Termination Issues

Network operators will be supporting the supplier smart meter roll-out by responding to any network related issues that arise.  ENA Gas members have produced the following guide to help smart meter installers identify, categorise and report any network related issues.

Guidance on Gas Service Termination Issues (Issue 4 2016)

A Guide to Industry Parties Regarding Business as Usual Issues

A further guide has been produced collaboratively by the Gas Distribution Networks (GDNs) to provide additional support to the smart meter roll out activity. The guide describes the GDN responsibilities in respect of the Business as Usual (BAU) processes that are affected by the introduction of smart meters.  The aim is that the clarity provided by this document will help to minimise any customer inconvenience from some metering related issues.

Network operators will be supporting the supplier smart meter roll-out by responding to any network related issues that arise.  ENA Gas members have produced the following guide to help smart meter installers identify, categorise and report any network related issues.

A Guide for Industry Parties Regarding ‘Business as Usual’ (BAU) Issues Relating to Smart Meters

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