Covid-19 rules may have caused fall in smart meter installs

Covid-19 rules may have caused fall in smart meter installs: Compared to October, Covid-19 restrictions are probably to blaim for a 7% fall in smart meter installations last month.

This is reported from the newest report by Electralink, that says November recorded 230,000 installations.

Counting November’s installations, 2020 has documented 1.82 million smart meters installed using the national smart meter installation programme meeting a cumulative total of 14.53 million installations.

The data displays all UK regions indicated comparable decreases in installations when related to October’s figures.

As stated in the report, 7 regions have over one million accruing smart meter installations each – East England, East Midlands, Southern England, West Midlands, North West England, Yorkshire & South East England.

Installations are expected to decrease additionally in December due to the holiday period. This is a trend seen in previous years, in line with the report.

Covid-19 rules may have caused fall in smart meter installs

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