Energy switching plummets by almost a quarter in January

Figures suggest there were the fewest switches for January since 2018

Britain’s smart meter installations in 2020 at lowest level since 2016

Coronavirus outbreak impacted smart meter installations which dropped by 27% last year, according to a new report

Energy switches 2.3% down in 2020 amid coronavirus pandemic

Almost 6.2 million energy switches happened last year, according to a new report

Covid-19 restrictions ‘likely to have caused 7% fall in smart meter installations last month’

All UK regions indicated similar decreases in installations when compared with October’s figures, according to a report

October smashed record for highest electricity switching rate since April 2019

Almost 621,000 switches were recorded during the month, according to a new report

New UK initiative to prepare for and support EV transition

The Skyline project is expected to help pinpoint where new electricity demand to charge EVs is coming from ‘with unprecedented accuracy’

Smart meter installations in September ‘grew for first time since lockdown began’

A total of 232,000 installs made September the first month to record more systems than the same month last year, according to a report

Data will help TPIs and suppliers survive the microbusiness re-view

Ofgem and the CMA’s respective reviews on energy pricing for micro-businesses will change how these customers are charged for their energy contracts. TPIs and suppliers have to negotiate the outcomes of these reviews which could change how they operate forever.

Stakeholder engagement needs to transform with the rest of the market

The current transformation of the energy industry has meant greater levels of innovation happening faster than possibly ever before.

‘Supply and demand must be better managed to balance a more distributed energy system’

That’s the suggestion from Stuart Lacey, CEO of ElectraLink, who spoke to Energy Live News about the changing face of the energy sector

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