UK consumers can now opt for "time of the day" electricity tariff

For the first time, electricity customers in the UK can opt for cheaper electricity by plugging in during "off-hours" at night and during weekends.

This is the type of meter (pictured from Danish company Kamstrup), which in time could make it possible to offer "time-of-the-day" rates in Denmark as well. Photo: Kamstrup

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