Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Smart Metering Systems LSE:SMS London Ordinary Share GB00B4X1RC86 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -9.00p -1.66% 534.00p 531.00p 533.00p 554.00p 528.00p 546.00p 241,817 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 79.6 18.0 16.2 33.0 601.00

Smart Metering Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/9/2018
23:25
Maybe ihatemms, though it hasn't stopped Canaccord Genuity raising their target price today to 925p, source LSE BB.
cheshire pete
19/9/2018
07:46
SMS results were poor in my view - not one comment to confirm FY results will be in line with market expectations but plenty of margin and other risks mentioned. In fact eps was only 8p per share- unlikely to meet full year expectations of 19p in my view.
ihatemms
18/9/2018
18:41
I was thinking the same... Surely worthy of a push back to 700p+ as a minimum.Results were certainly better than I was expecting.
tallprawn
18/9/2018
17:32
Slightly astonished at the lack of reaction to excellent results
chizgreen68
10/9/2018
23:11
18/09/2018 Interim Results for the six months ended 30 June 2018.
cheshire pete
10/9/2018
12:11
is this the turn upwards
onjohn
01/9/2018
14:29
Short tracker shows no evidence of any meaningful shorts. https://www.shorttracker.co.uk/ Countless what do you base your assertion on? Looking at the candle formation on the last 2 days there is some evidence it may go upwards for a short period. The interims are usually declared in early September and that result will have a huge effect on the direction. Any clues anyone?
gomore
01/9/2018
08:12
Shorters have started to take a positions here and sentiment has changed.
countless
31/8/2018
22:27
I have had dual fuel smart meters with EON for a long time now with no problems at all, and have no intention of ever changing supplier, life’s too short.Esp if a politician tells me it’s what I should do. Get all the info I need from my older solar panel read out in colour. Just had a payment of over £200 for the last three sunny months, and although am underpaid for what I put onto the grid, am saving much so happy. Of course, was one of the last lucky ones to get solar panels and 20 year Payment contract before the Government slashed subsidies 2015/16. Have seen my 3.2 kw system give out 3.6 for a short period in the middle of a summer day if the sky is clear. Probably won’t be around when electric cars are everywhere, you can’t have everything but who knows.
tugwil
22/8/2018
10:04
contract win announced
mfhmfh
27/7/2018
09:58
The issue about not being able to move supplier is a valid one. I had smart meters installed by one supplier. I then switched to British Gas to get a better deal. The meter is not compatible with them so now I have to take meter readings from my smart meter (!) or get British Gas compatible smart meters installed. This would certainly put people off and I am now annoyed I got them fitted in the first place. If you plan to switch regularly (the main way to save money) then smart meters are not an option until they are generic.
growthinvestor2001
23/7/2018
11:53
I just had my own smart meter fitted on Friday. Loving it and already spotting where £ can be saved. The guy who fitted it said one thing that put people off was concerns about being able to move supplier. However I understand this is nor really an obstacle at all. Also why don't we have smart Water meters. I'm sure great savings could be made there.
croquetman
23/7/2018
11:42
17d chart climbed 60 pc last year from 500p To 800p49d time to move to 900p159d 800p a whisper awayImpressed
davidbirkett
23/7/2018
10:19
yawn old news
opodio
23/7/2018
10:09
'Reason for the drop weekend bad publicityPlagued by delays' Benefits of smart meter rollout risk being SLASHED by repeated issuesA PARLIAMENTARY report has warned that the roll-out of smart meters across the UK risks being seriously delayed and may fail to deliver the cost benefits the project had previously promised.The British Infrastructure Group of Parliamentarians (BIG) warned that the £11 billion project to distribute 53 million smart meters to 30 million homes and businesses by 2020 had been "plagued by repeated delays and cost increases".Grant Shapps, Conservative MP and the BIG chairman, said: "Although the entire programme has been funded by customers through higher energy bills, unlike energy suppliers themselves, they are not presently guaranteed to see the majority of the savings that do materialise."This report calls on the UK Government to immediately review the progress of roll-out, and intervene to tackle its points of failure and risk."The BIG report warned that benefits of the programme were "likely to be slashed even further" and the roll-out plans were "almost certain" to miss the 2020 deadline.
davidbirkett
12/7/2018
14:01
Looks unlikely atm :( Hopefully it's just drifting as no news and will start to head northwards as soon as some hits
andy mack
06/7/2018
23:26
chart climbed 60pc last july from 500p to 800p hope for repeat
opodio
03/7/2018
00:25
More to this than meets the eye. Now holding.
countless
02/7/2018
23:32
Yes countless, and could there also be scope for households with solar panels using the power created to charge their electric cars and still sell surplus back to the grid, all measured by smart meters?
cheshire pete
30/6/2018
14:16
This is a fascinating concept that will give the big expensive electricity producers a run for their money hxxp://brooklynmicrogrid.com. Nothing like disrupting an expensive market, which could create a new non-centralised market for anyone who can produce electricity from solar panels/ farms etc . I can see metres playing a central role when selling electricity back to the grid or in years to come perhaps to the village up the road!
countless
11/6/2018
08:36
Full page article in S Tel. p20 addressing some of the concerns raised previously about the security of SMs. A number of myths debunked. Concluding sentence...'Not only are smart meters hard to hack, there would be no point in doing it anyway'.
cheshire pete
07/6/2018
09:06
Why the fall?
its the oxman
04/6/2018
16:26
From memory 26 pound broker target
onjohn
04/6/2018
10:01
Time to move to 900p now
opodio
13/5/2018
17:19
It was 30% of his stake and followed an approach by an institutional investor.
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