Smart meters are being installed in small businesses across Britain. A smart meter can give you the information you need to better manage your energy usage, helping you to manage your budgets and even save your business money.
If you have fewer than 10 employees you may be eligible to upgrade to a smart meter now.
This includes small businesses with separate business premises, and those based at home which use a separate gas or electricity meter for their business.
If you currently have a shared meter in your business space, ask your landlord about getting a smart meter for your building.
When it’s time for your installation, your energy supplier will work with you to find a time that’s convenient for you both. They may even offer installations on a Saturday, or in the evening, to minimise disruption to your business.
Most suppliers will provide your new meter at no extra cost, but contact your supplier today
to find out more about what they are offering.
Upgrade to a smart meter and soon your business will be enjoying a smarter future.
For more information about the how to install a smart meter in your workplace, visit the Smart Energy GB website at smartenergyGB.org
This article is part of a paid-for information campaign for Smart Energy GB
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