Half hourly metering

We can provide your organisation with all the metering expertise it needs, through our half hourly metering contracts.

Half hourly metering

Half hourly metering gives you accurate information about how much energy you're using, and is mandatory for all businesses with a supply greater than 100kW.

Half hourly meters are linked to a communications device that allows the data to be accessed remotely. By using this data in conjunction with monitoring and targeting software, you could identify ways of making significant energy savings and carbon reductions.

A complete service from a national metering specialist

Choose SSE as your meter operator and we'll provide you with a high quality, comprehensive integrated data management service.

SSE Metering Ltd is fully accredited to install and maintain your meter (Meter Operation), and we work with all suppliers and agents. This means that, regardless of who your energy supplier currently is, we can supply, install, operate and maintain all of your half-hourly metering and communications equipment.

As specialists in half hourly meter operations for the industrial and commercial sectors, our Large Power Metering Team is fully accredited to perform Meter Operation. This allows us to maximise accuracy and efficiency over the end-to-end process, so that we can help provide you with data of the highest quality.

What we can offer you

  • Full national coverage and guaranteed service levels
  • The very latest in metering and communications technology
  • Dedicated project management by qualified staff
  • Accurate billing data
  • Regular maintenance checks
  • Resolution of faults
  • Choice of leased or purchased equipment

 

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If you have a general enquiry, require a quotation or would like to find out more about our services, call us on 0345 076 7649 or submit an online enquiry.

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