19 September 2014
10 September 2014
Commenting on the Public Accounts Committee ‘Update on preparations for smart metering’ report published today, Howard Porter, BEAMA CEO said, “Far from the in-home display being redundant before the Smart Meter Programme is rolled out, its functionality will continue to develop to play a key role in the future 'connected home', delivering savings and control to GB householders.
BEAMA is the independent expert knowledge base and forum for the electrotechnical industry for the UK and across Europe. Representing over 300 manufacturing companies in the electrotechnical sector, the organisation has significant influence over UK and international political, standardisation and commercial policy.
Energy UK, BEAMA, the Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA) and the Community of Meter Asset Providers (CMAP) initiated the Smart Metering Device Assurance Scheme (SMDA) as a means of establishing a central assurance regime to encompass interoperability and interchangeability testing for Smart Metering Equipment.
BEAMA has complied and published a Surge Protection Devices guide this Guide is for Installers, Specifiers, and designers and outlines surge protection requirements in Wiring Regulations BS 7671, and other current lightning and surge protection standards.
2 - 4 March 2015