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30 employees at Utiligroup bravely signed up to Spin for Smart Works on 28th February and 10 days later, on International Women's Day had collectively cycled over 3840 miles and raised a whopping £4,000 for Smart Works! All 6 teams reached the 500 mile target but it was 'Winstanley's Wheels' that triumphed first. We are very proud to support Smart Works as they continue to empower under privileged women across the UK by providing them with interview coaching and clothes.
Cornwall Insight have announced that SMETS2 meters account for 90% of all smart meter installs. Tens of thousands of SMETS2 meters are installed every week by Suppliers that are using our Smart Metering SaaS value. You can read the article by clicking here, or learn more about our Smart Metering services by using the mega-menu above.
We're proud to be one of the first companies in Lancashire to install free-to-use Electric Vehicle charge points for our staff. These podpoint chargers are capable of delivering 7kW - and we've installed four charge points across our two Chorley offices. This allows our BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) and PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) drivers to charge their vehicles for free whilst at their desks!
On Friday 28 February we issued the latest edition of UtiliSwitch which provides an update on the latest progress of Ofgem’s Switching Programme. We are also delighted to confirm that we have submitted all of our relevant test evidence to the Systems Integrator, Netcompany and have received formal sign off on Pre Integration Testing.
The Data Communications Company (DCC) has confirmed the installation of the four millionth second-generation smart meter (SMETS2). The pace of the SMETS2 rollout is continuing to increase, according to the DCC there is a 13 fold increase in speed compared to 2019.
Our 2020 'Energised' event campaign continued with our sponsorship of The Energy Storage Summit today. Our CSO Mark Coyle, alongside other sector colleagues discussed the future of domestic storage and contributed insight around the new energy retail journey across converging competitive supply, partial self sufficiency, electric mobility and savings from flexibility optimisation. Stay up to date with our 2020 'Energised' event schedule here...
As tech develops so to does our need to constantly consume content and this comes with it's own threat. Video and streaming technologies require a huge amount of electricity which significantly impacts the environment and E-waste is a particular problem in the UK, where we generate 24.9kg of it per person. Read more here...
Utiligroup have recently committed to a greener business and improving their sustainability by choosing a supplier who provides them with 100% renewable electricity. We are always committed to reducing our carbon emissions through energy efficiency, waste management and recycling.
Six amazing teams will be pedaling their way to 500 miles in the lead up to International Women's Day on 8th March. There will be group rides, spin classes and even a few miles in between meetings on the office bikes all in aid of raising money for Smart Works. Click here to donate...
Utiligroup is now a member of Low CVP - the Low Carbon Vehicles Partnership, with its recent EV energy taskforce report. We are engaging in the delivery of future mobility as it converges rapidly with energy. Read more at http://www.lowcvp.org.uk