No one’s noticed, but the Tories are quietly killing off the smart meter revolution

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

h/t Philip Bratby

An interesting piece in the Telegraph this week:

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Normally politicians promise much and deliver little.

Last week brought a rare example of the converse: a manifesto burying a huge policy change that will save every household in Britain fifty pounds a year.

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2 thoughts on “No one’s noticed, but the Tories are quietly killing off the smart meter revolution

  1. 80% of people in my road have opted to have water meters. The chap who came round to ask me if I wanted one said charges for metered water would probably be same or a bit less than they are now. When I countered that water volume charges are going to go through the roof in a couple of years he couldn’t answer. I declined but am expecting I’ll be forced into having one in a couple of years. I was paying ¬£95 a quarter for gas in 2000. i firmly believe that water charges are about to be hit with the same inflation as gas has gone through over last 20 years.

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