18 million smart meters installed in UK homes!

The UK’s electricity smart meter network has overtaken 18 million installations since the scheme began a decade ago.

That’s according to the latest data from ElectraLink which displays the milestone was reached last month.

The report suggests energy suppliers carried out nearly 186,000 installations in April – the figure was 17% less compared to that in March.

The number of installations was also 15% lower than the same month last year, ElectraLink has stated.

A recent survey by Smart Energy GB discovered that nearly a third of households obtaining a smart meter were using their in-home display alot more than usual in the last couple of months because of rising energy bills.

ElectraLink’s data also implies the regions with the most amount of installations last month included East England with 24,000, Southern England with 20,000 and the East Midlands with 18,000.

18 million smart meters installed in UK homes!

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