Which?: Energy companies need to install 30 smart meters a minute to meet 2020 target

James Murray
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Which?: Energy companies need to install 30 smart meters a minute to meet 2020 target

Consumer rights group raises fresh fears over pace of smart meter roll out, as government awaits latest damning NAO report

The scale of the challenge facing the UK's smart meter roll out will be hammered home once again this week with the release of two major reports warning the high profile project is running badly behind...

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