BES Smart Metering
Call us today for details of how to receive a FREE smart meter, bring an end to estimated bills and help reduce your carbon footprint!
We want to play our part in ensuring the UK’s energy infrastructure is fit for the next generation, and we understand how much our customers value receiving a bill that’s correct and only charges them for the energy they’ve used. This is why we’ve been installing smart meters free of charge, for over ten years. We’re committed to giving our customers the best smart meter experience with hassle free installation, so you can save time and energy.
Smart meters are self-reading gas and electricity meters that show how much energy you’re using. All energy suppliers are installing them as a part of the UK government’s initiative to roll-out 53 million smart meters to homes and businesses by 2025.
We automatically receive readings from your smart meter, and how often we receive your readings is up to you, you can choose from monthly, daily or half hourly. Not only does a smart meter help improve the accuracy of your bills and reduce the need for you to send us a reading, but it also gives you the chance to reduce your energy usage and save money, by allowing you to monitor how and when your business consumes gas and electricity.
Details of how to read and use your smart meter can be found here.
More information on energy efficiency is available from the Energy Saving Trust, click here.
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Smart Meter FAQs
It will cost you nothing. Suppliers install smart meters at no extra cost to the bill payer.
Smart meters are just as accurate as traditional gas and electricity meters, if not more so. All smart meters undergo a rigorous testing process to ensure they’re compliant with UK and EU legislation.
According to Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), all smart meters have to pass the same safety regulations as any other in-house technology.
No, you do not need to have an internet connection for smart meters to work. Depending on your location your smart meters will communicate by either using existing mobile or radio signals currently in your area.
Yes, you can switch to BES if you already have a smart meter.