New start for smart meter rollout

The German government wants to give new impetus to the digitization of the energy transition. To this end, the Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) has drafted a bill to relaunch the digitization of the energy transition (GNDEW), which is now going into departmental coordination. With this law, the BMWK aims to reduce bureaucracy and speed up the smart meter rollout. Compared with the rest of Europe, Germany has some catching up to do in this area. The Bundestag is expected to pass the law in the first quarter of 2023 if possible.

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