When bulb offer to install SMART meters are they or the company they use installing SMET1 or SMET2 meters this is quite an interesting point as SMET1 have had problems not connecting to new suppliers. There is also problems with converted SMET1 meters.
Something we may all need to know in the future.
Taken from moneyhighstreet.com
Although SMETS version 1 meters might be converted to the SMETS version 2 specification, most will have to be replaced. Imagine how long that is going to take?
You see, once you have your smart meters installed, even though they will be SMETS version 1, you have helped fulfil the Governments’ pledge, even though your meters will become obsolete in early 2018 when the SMETS 2 specification and Government data network is rolled out.
So are smart meters ok ?