The activities of ESMIG are organised in various Working Groups that cover strategic, regulatory and technical subjects.
These groups steer standardisation work, review national requirements and comment on proposals issued by European institutions.
They submit proposals on how to approach important issues that influence the implementation of Smart Metering and Consumer Energy Management in Europe.
Consumer Energy Management (CEM): dedicated to providing and facilitating information, research and constructive dialogue to improve the involvement of the consumer in Smart Meter systems and as such, optimise energy saving potential.
Regulation and Policy Group (RPG): maintains a watching brief on EU regulatory and legislative developments that effect all aspects of smart metering in Europe (electricity, gas, water and heat).
Security and Privacy Group (SPG): supports the different stakeholders in an advanced Smart Metering infrastructure in integrating appropriate countermeasures on the level of system security and privacy for the use cases being relevant for Smart Metering systems.
Communications Technology Group (CTG): aims to ensure functional interoperability between ESMIG members’ products.
European Business Systems Integration and Interoperability Group (EBSII): focuses on the enterprise system landscape and the interoperability of its components.
Multi Utility Metering Group (MUM): focuses on the metrological and legal aspects of the Advanced Metering Infrastructure.
Marketing and Events Group (MEG): covers all marketing aspects of the organisation including all events where ESMIG is represented, its involvement in exhibitions and conferences, its web presence, and any printed information