16 October 2014
BEAMA, on behalf of the leading manufacturers of consumer units, has published a Technical Bulletin entitled ‘Enhanced Fire Safety from Consumer Units’ to give industry guidance and bring some clarity to the intended application of Regulation 421.1.201
9 October 2014
Which? has written to Energy Secretary, Ed Davey, suggesting a central scheme to guarantee smart meter functionality when customers switch energy supplier. BEAMA, Energy UK and EUA are already in the advanced stages of developing the Smart Metering Device Assurance (SMDA) Scheme,
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.
Giving guidance on the intended application of Regulation 421.1.201. The Technical Bulletin is fully supported and endorsed by ECA, Electrical Safety First, IET and SELECT.
This paper outlines a market trajectory for smart grid infrastructure. It reviews network and consumer benefits, possible from smart grids and makes recommendations for policy, regulatory and commercial reform.
This guide outlines use cases for applications of data in the consumer home area network and considers wider market trajectories for connected homes.
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.
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