Smart meters are a smart decision for your business this winter

5th December 2022

Firms of all sizes are currently confronted by a host of challenges, from soaring energy bills, labour shortages, spiralling inflation, and climbing interest rates.?

Did you know that a smart meter could help your business this winter and beyond?

A smart meter could give you valuable insights into how your business uses energy, day and night, helping you to identify ways to reduce your energy use. 

Installing a smart meter is also a positive step in taking control of business outgoings. Once installed, smart meters digitally measure how much energy you’re using and send your meter reading directly to your energy supplier at agreed intervals, putting an end to estimated bills.

Find out if you are eligible

Whether you rent or own your business premises, you could still be eligible. If you don’t have your own gas and/or electricity meter, ask your landlord if they plan to get one for your building.

Firms with 10 employees or less could be eligible. To find out more please click here. You can also contact your energy supplier or broker.

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