I want to know which Smart energy meters from UK suppliers can or cannot be used in IoT home-automation environment. Mainly, if I can add them as sensors in my home networks (Zigbee, Z-Wave, Wi-Fi, BT).
The fact that they are "smart" to communicate with the supplier or that they provide a screen to add to your home has zero value to me. I want to be able to monitor them myself (via OpenHUB or something similar).
So far I was not able to find this information.
The current IHD (homedisplay) I got from EON seems to be produced byChameleon Technology UK and has a version SEDv3, with a serial number and what seems to be a MAC/hw address (8 bytes). I searched a little bit and it seems that this company is using ZigBee for at least some of their devices.
Since I got this IHD I switched from EON to another provider but the device still reports the consumption (when I plyg the car I goes orange).
Now, I really want to be able to monitor the consuption with SNMP or something similar. I don't really need 100% accuracy but I cannot add my a sonoff decide after the main switch which is 63A and hosted outsize the house (for multiple reasons). I am trying to find a way to gather the data already sent by the current counter.
The question is what kind of hack should I do to do this?