Pixie Chart of the week | BEIS publishes latest ECO data

On 19 September, the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published its latest figures on the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) Scheme.

As illustrated in this week’s Chart of the Week, July recorded the most monthly installations under ECO3. However, July 2019 achieved the lowest total installations of a July month since the introduction of the scheme in 2013, reflecting the lower levels of delivery currently ongoing.

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