Shaping a smarter future with a Green partnership

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BES Metering Services is delighted to announce a brand-new partnership with the energy supplier Green, which will assist thousands of people all over the UK lead smarter, greener lives.

Green provides renewable energy to over 50,000 customers across the country and BES Metering Services will facilitate the installation of smart meters for all customers who have requested them.

Smart meters play an essential role in helping the nation to conserve energy, which in turn helps the environment, and assists the UK’s vision of a net zero future.

Andy Pilley, owner and Director of BES, said:

“We’re really excited to be teaming up with Green, a pioneering company within the energy industry whose commitment to using clean renewable energy really is impressive. They embrace technology which has led to them holding an engaged customer base; something all businesses strive for.

“We’re looking forward to supporting Green in their obligations to fulfil the Government’s smart meter roll out by installing smart meters for Green customers all over the country, so together we can help deliver a zero-carbon future.”

Steven Redmayne, Chief Operating Officer at Green, said:

“We are very happy to be working with a proactive company that is BES Metering Services. They have the same forward-thinking vision as Green, which makes them a perfect partner moving forward with our smart meter rollout. We look forward to what the future holds as we continue to strive towards a sustainable and better future.”

The government have set the target of hitting net zero carbon emissions by 2050, and this partnership demonstrates that both BES and Green are committed to supporting the initiative through the installation of smart meters in homes and businesses all over the UK.

BES’ meter engineers are back out on the road and have resumed smart meter installations in line with Government guidelines. They are providing regular communications to customers about the measures they are undertaking around PPE and social distancing while in their homes.

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FAQs

Suppliers install smart meters at no extra cost to the bill payer

Yes, however there are potential complications as some meters may lose their smart functionality. Contact your supplier for more information.

All households in the UK must be offered a smart meter from their supplier by 2020 or you can contact your supplier directly.

Energy suppliers will arrange to install the smart meter, usually through a company that specialises in smart meters.

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.

Please ensure you make your supplier aware of any renewable energy generators, as this may affect the performance of the smart meter and should be assessed prior to installation.

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