Date published: January 14, 2019
Smart Meters Conference
Following the launch of the Smart Meters > Smart Homes Research Facility, the University of Salford is hosting the Smart Meters 2019 Conference to bring together industry, academia and policy makers to consider the future for innovation around the smart meter infrastructure.
The event will host speakers from across the sector including metering manufacturers, innovators, energy suppliers,data analytics and policy experts to discuss
- Smart metering updates, rollout, technology, future developments.
- Smart homes, current state of the art, and how can we make smart homes smarter and more cost effective using smart meter data?
- Analysis of real time smart meter data to provide benefits to consumers.
- How does the consumer fit in and how do they access their data?
- What lies ahead for smart metering and smart homes?
Places will be awarded on a first come first served basis and are limited to 200 places –lunch and refreshments will be provided.
For more information and bookings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Professor William Swan, University of Salford
An Introduction to the Applied Buildings and Energy Research Facility
- Nick Merricks, Landis + Gyr
Smart Meter Hardware Development
- Simon Harrison, Smart DCC
Innovating with Smart Data through the DCC
- Dr Richard Fitton, University of Salford
An Introduction to the Smart Meters > Smart Homes Laboratory and Research Advances
- Phil Steele, Octopus Energy
Time of Use Tariffs – the next step for smart meters and innovation
- Josh Cooper, Hildebrand
Innovating with Smart Meter Data and Consumer Access Devices
- Colin Griffiths, Citizens Advice
Customers, Data Protection, and Acceptability issues.