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Title: Scottish Power 'recording meter' - Sunday Times Money
Post by: JohnS on December 13, 2015, 09:40:14 AM
In today's Money section of the Sunday Times, there is a reader's complaint about Scottish Power.

The article states that the reader has a generation meter in the loft and that Scottish Power installed a 'Recording Meter' in the hall.  Apparently, this recording meter has a switch which was accidently switched off.  Now Scottish Power are refusing to pay as the FIT has not been recorded by a meter.

As far as I can see, the meter in the loft might ne the inverter's meter and not what we understand as a generation meter.  However, I have never come across a meter that can be switched off. 

Has anyone else any clue about what might be going on?


Title: Re: Scottish Power 'recording meter' - Sunday Times Money
Post by: Iain on December 13, 2015, 10:02:11 AM
Hi
Could it be
TG in the loft
"eco eye type display"in the hall
Main AC switch off( by accident) therefore inverter off and eco eye just recording import

Iain