Smarter Meters Campaign Across Britain – a 147 days trip
TV, stage stars, Susan Calman, Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer, are touring the country this summer. This is to inspire Britain’s households to choose a smart meter. In the second stop on the tour, Comedian and actress Susan Calman and property TV star Kirstie Allsopp arrive at Braehead Shopping Centre, Glasgow.
They talked the smart meters to as many Scots as possible about the small but important step everyone can take for a cleaner, greener, smarter future. It could also save Britain nearly £560 million a year.
A smart meter could help households save enough energy each year to power their home for a week. The equivalent of watching your favourite property or dancing show on the telly non-stop for 147 days.
If every household in Great Britain got a smart meter enough energy could be saved to power every household in Glasgow and Edinburgh for a year. Households can ask for a smart meter to be fitted by their energy supplier for free.
The regional tour, part of Smart Energy GB’s Campaign for a Smarter Britain, will visit cities across Great Britain.
Kirstie, Phil and Susan will meet the public to rally support for everyone to take a step towards a smarter Britain. There are already more than 11 million smart meters installed in homes and small businesses across Great Britain.
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