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MOSL has set out its plan to improve the quality, completeness and accuracy of data held in the non-household market operating system to move the market beyond long-held frictions and towards playing a significant role in wider water challenges such as scarcity and achieving net zero carbon emissions.
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Following an investigation into whether Thames Water's approach to replacing smart meters breached competition rules by hindering third-party and retailer access to consumption data, the water wholesaler has committed to remove subscription charges for data services and provide compensation where logging equipment has been lost or damaged.
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The dearth of underground asset data and inconsistencies in the way it is collected and stored has long been a problem for utilities. However, a government-backed project promises to overcome this challenge through a new data sharing register. Nadine Buddoo explores progress on the National Underground Asset Register.
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As decarbonisation and diversified competition continue to shape energy products and services, Utility Week invited energy retail giants from both sides of the Atlantic to dissect the data strategies driving their efforts to sustain and grow customer engagement in challenging times.
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Graham Campbell, chair of Energy Network Association’s Data and Digitalisation Steering Group and head of whole system and commercial at SP Energy Networks, offers an overview of the Steering Group and its priorities for the year ahead.
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United Utilities is offering retailers a payment to fill in and correct data in the non-household market operating system (CMOS) about business premises vacancies.
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Utilities are confronted by a deluge of data on a daily basis. But as you gain more insight about your hardware, your software and your customers—their wants, their needs, their anxieties, their choice of solar panel installations—what are you doing with it?
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A new report has said energy regulatory requirements are often “poorly focused, overcomplex and unduly burdensome” with disproportionate resource diverted towards demonstrating compliance rather than delivering improvements.
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