More and more manufacturers have recognized that thermal gas meters are accurate and reliable alternatives to traditional diaphragm or ultrasonic gas meters. However, some meters were still certified to outdated standards. The EN 17526 standard builds on the foundations of EN 14236 and was developed...

The UKCA Mark was due to come into effect in January 2023. However, at the end of 2022, BEIS announced the government would delay this implementation date to put less burden on the industry. New deadlines for the use of the CE and UKCA are...

The EN 50470 [2006] series has been a well-known European standard under the MID for electricity meters for many years. However, this is about to change. As indicated on the European Commission's Nando website, these harmonised documents will expire on 26 February 2023. A new set of...

To keep pace with advancements in technology and revisions to other standards, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has introduced a 2022 version of the 62055-31 standard for electricity prepayment meters – updated from its 2005 predecessor....

The UK Government has announced businesses may now continue to use CE markings until 31 December 2024. Following the two-year extension, manufacturers wishing to retain access to the UK market for their products must still apply UKCA markings by 1 January 2025....