'Architects of their own energy usage': Home energy flexibility measures could unlock £14bn savings in 2040, report finds

Stuart Stone
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Widespread adoption of time-of-use tariffs, smart meters, solar panels and batteries could cut UK household electricity costs by £4.6bn per year in 2030 and £14.1bn in 2040, new analysis finds

Widespread adoption of flexible electricity measures in the home such as time-of-use energy tariffs, smart meters, solar PV, and batteries could collectively save UK households billions of pounds in the...

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