An orchestra ushers in an energy-efficient era by playing on instruments made of old gas meters

Between now and 2020, every home in Britain will have the opportunity to upgrade to new gas and electric smart meters which will transform the way residents of the U.K. buy and use energy and pave a path to a smarter more energy-efficient future. Smart Energy GB, an independent organization created by the British government, is raising awareness of the smart meter rollout with Requiem for Meters, a three minute orchestral piece performed by members of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on instruments made from old gas and electricity meters.

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