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Next Generation Gas Meters Unlock New Energy Management Opportunities

Date: 22 December 2016

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The UK energy management market has long been dominated by efforts to manage the consumption of electricity. Management of heating and water has been largely side-lined, but approaching deadlines for implementing government regulations around advanced and smart meters are beginning to shake up these markets. Verdantix research analyses traditional approaches to energy management and explores the implications and opportunities afforded by advanced and smart meters for heating. This report, for heads of energy and facilities and senior executives in metering services firms, leverages Verdantix research into the UK energy services market, as well as insights from our recent interviews with firms operating within the metering services value chain.


Next Generation Gas Meters Unlock New Energy Management Opportunities
Electricity Dominates Corporate Energy Management Programmes
UK Gas Meter Upgrades Enable More Sophisticated Heating Management
Holistic Energy Management Is One Component Within The Facilities Optimization Agenda


Figure 1. Rise In UK Non-Domestic Electricity Prices
Figure 2. UK Corporate Investment In Energy Efficiency For Improved Operations
Figure 3. UK Corporate Investment In Building System Controls


Allegheny Technologies, Ameresco, AWH Utility Services, Barrow Green Gas, Bluemark Utility Consultants, British Gas, BuildingIQ, Capita, Carbon Credentials, CBRE, Ceres Energy, Department Of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), DMS Metering, ElectraLink, Elster, Energy Assets, EnergyICT, Energy Metering Solutions, ENGIE, Envizi, Gazprom, GTC, GPT Group, Itron, kWIQly, Lucid Design Group, MWA Technology, National Grid, OFGEM, Optima Energy Systems, Optimum Technical Services, Robin Hood Energy, SAS Utilities Associates, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Smart Metering Systems (SMS), SSE, Stark, The Energy Support Bureau, Total Gas & Power, UK Department Of Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy, Urjanet, Utilitywise