Smart meters: Rollout gathers pace with 27.8 million devices now installed across Britain

Michael Holder
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Smart meter installations numbered 3.8 million across Britain in 2021
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Smart meter installations numbered 3.8 million across Britain in 2021

Installations picked up in 2021 but pace still lags behind pre-pandemic times, official figures show

A total of 3.8 million smart meters were installed in Britain last year, as the rollout once again picked up pace following the slowdown experienced during the earlier stages of the Covid-19 pandemic,...

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