Installations of second-generation (SMETS2) smart meters held up very strongly during the second English lockdown, in marked contrast to the spring lockdown, according to new data from the Data Communications Company (DCC).
The Data Communications Company (DCC) has confirmed that the 5 millionth second-generation smart meter (SMETS2) has been installed onto its nationwide secure network.
Following on from our last update on the 26th June, we have now determined the next steps in our journey to make ECS a better fit to suit your needs.
On the 31st March 2020, we released a questionnaire inviting our customers to respond on how we could re-align the ECS offering to better suit your needs. Here are our findings.
DCC has published a final version of the Statement of Service Exemptions for the Regulatory Year 2019-20. This has been submitted to and approved by Ofgem.
To mark Earth Day, we're delighted to announce that we became carbon neutral in March this year.
DCC has committed to engaging customers in a transparent way to enable a strong understanding of DCC plans and to enable customers to express their views on those plans.
The 4 millionth second-generation smart meter (SMETS2) has been installed onto our secure network. The meter was installed this morning by British Gas in West Malling, Kent.
This is a briefing document outlining the new Smart Export Guarantee scheme. The SEG becomes live on 1/1/2020
DCC has published a final version of the Statement of Service Exemptions for the Regulatory Year 2018-19.
The Data Communications Company (DCC) has confirmed that the 3 millionth second-generation smart meter (SMETS2) has been installed onto its smart, secure network. More than half-a-billion encrypted messages to and from smart meters have been carried by the DCC’s secure network this year.
On Monday 23 September, we opened our newest office, Brabazon House.
Located in Manchester, Brabazon House will play an important role in the country's drive to net-zero carbon emissions.
Last week we announced that our 2 millionth second-generation smart meter (SMETS2) was installed on Saturday 7th September by British Gas in Carshalton, Surrey.
DCC has published this year's Business and Development Plan
The Data Communications Company (DCC) has announced that one million second-generation (SMETS2) smart meters have been successfully connected to its nationwide secure network.
DCC’s Switching Programme continues to progress well as the Central Switching Service Provider contract has been awarded to Landmark Information Group Limited - making dual fuel switching fit for the future.
The Data Communications Company (DCC), the organisation behind the central, secure network for smart meters, today unveiled how it will put its customers, the energy industry, at the heart of its future plans.
DCC's Switching Programme continues to progress with the appointment of Expleo as the Core Systems Assurance (CSA) provider.
The Switching Programme has taken a significant step forward in contracting NetCompany as the Systems Integrator provider. Read more here
Way clear for second cohort of first-generation smart meters to be enrolled on central network