Get smart – boost sustainability
Smart meters give you a more accurate view of how much energy you’re using. And those insights can point the way to positive changes – for both the environment and your business.
Our customers are benefiting from smart meters
Join the smart revolution
A smart meter eliminates manual readings, saving you time, as well as estimated bills - so you only pay for what you use. And it supports the UK's drive to tackle the climate crisis.
Preparing for your smart meter installation
We’ve created a video and a handy checklist to help you prepare for your smart meter installation.
What's a smart grid?
The UK's emerging smart grid will help integrate renewable energy into the system and efficiently manage electricity supply and demand. Your smart meter's just the start...
Key benefits at a glance
See all the benefits in this short video
Your installation summary
Find out how we install your smart meter – while keeping your downtime to a minimum – and use our guide to prepare for installation day.
Our smart meter performance
and targets for 2022
We support the roll out of smart meters for businesses in the UK - here are our installation targets for 2022:
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Our promise to you
By signing up to the Smart Metering Installation Code of Practice (SMICoP, we’re commited to providing you a great service. This means we’ll:
- Explain the benefits of smart meters
- Let you know your engineer’s name and make sure they identify themselves once on site
- Only use representatives with the right skills, experience and resources to complete the job
- Minimise the disruption to your business during the installation
- Make sure the engineer shows you how to use your new equipment after it’s installed
Your data – and our performance
In addition to our SMICoP commitments, we’re keen to protect your data and rights – and to exceed your expectations.
There may be times when we need to rearrange your smart meter installation for reasons beyond our control – read about our Standards of Performance.
Previously, customers have been able to opt to share their smart data with us every day or month rather than every 30 minutes. From 3 November 2022, the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) have made half hourly data sharing mandatory. This applies to all energy suppliers and is not specific to Opus Energy. Find out more.
We're happy to help you with the transition to smart. Our resources include Energy efficiency guides for a range of industries, 'How to use your meter' manuals, and FAQs.