Smart meter installs grew since lockdown in September

Smart meter installs grew since lockdown in September: UK smart meter installations grew for the first month since lockdown began in September.

Suggesting almost 232,000 smart meter installations were recorded according to a new analysis from the energy industry body Electralink, making September the first month to record more installations than the same month last year since the national lockdown began in March.

In September 2019, with a sum of 228,000 of new systems put into place, smart meters installations were 1.8% down.

The survey also shows that every month this year since March has recorded far fewer installs than the comparable month in 2019.

According to analysts, they predict a total of 1,333,000 smart meters were installed in the UK so far this year. Topping the list of regions, East England with 31,000 installs, followed by Southern England with 27,000 & the East Midlands with 24,000.

Conclusions of the report also reveal an estimated 14,038,000 smart meters have now been installed since the programme was brought in.

Smart meter installs grew since lockdown in September

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