EU’s Energy

Efficiency Directive

Working for a

greener future

In the future all consumption measurements must be read remotely. The aim is to give consumers access to updated consumption data via apps or web portals. When residents can track their consumption, they can also more easily change their behaviour and reduce energy consumption. So the new regulations are fully in line with the shared focus on global energy resources and the UN’s Global Goals.

Brunata’s network solution makes it easy to remotely access all essential meters so you can be ahead of the new requirements.

EED in short

October 2020

Energy, hot water and heat allocation meters installed after 25 October 2020 shall be remote readable.

25 October 2020

All consumption meters, including meters that require reading from the meter itself, must be read at least twice a year and users should receive consumption information as often.

1 January 2022

Meters that can be read remotely must be read monthly and users should be provided with consumption information at the same time.

1 January 2027

It must be possible to read all meters remotely. Therefore, meters that cannot be read remotely must be replaced by 31 December 2026 at the latest, unless it can be proved that it will not be cost-effective to do so.


From intelligent metering and billing to efficient services and our own Internet of Things. Brunatas solutions embrace 
it all.

Smart cities

Brunata is taking the lead when it comes to creating tomorrow’s smart living. Not in a distant future, but right here and now.


Digitalizing our homes, buildings and cities is not just about making daily life easier and more efficient. It is about saving resources and securing a sustainable future.


Remote reading of meters is an essential part of the EU’s Energy Efficiency Directive. It is a good idea to prepare for the new guidelines already now.