Commercial Smart Meters: How much should you really be spending on energy?

Smart meters are useful tools that can help monitor your business’s electricity and gas consumption. The meter will calculate your usage and send the information back directly to your provider.  This will do away with the need for someone from your energy supplier to physically check your meter and your energy bills will only reflect the amount that you actually spend, not a general approximation.

Having a smart meter at your premises will allow you to carry out your own detailed analysis of how your business consumes energy.  Having this information at your fingertips is a revelation as consumers have previously been somewhat in the dark as to how exactly their energy spend is divided.

According to a study carried out by Avande, 70% of those surveyed were not happy with how much their energy cost. Smart meters will instantly make the true cost of your energy completely transparent and this will aid you in finding the energy provider that will offer you the tariff that best suits your needs. You will also be able to gauge how and when you spend the most money, which means that you will be able to alter your consumption behaviour at a monthly, weekly or even daily level in order to reduce your energy costs.

Nationwide Utilities offers a commercial smart meter installation service, including any after-care and support that you may require. We will also provide you with convenient online reports and help you analyse the data. For more information on this service, please click here.

If you would like to make a direct enquiry, enquire here or call us on 0800 862 0861.




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