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When you're moving into business premises - whether it’s for the first time, because you're expanding or simply a change of location - you’re bound to be busy, and struggling under the weight of a huge to-do list.
So it won't be a big surprise if electricity and gas get short of the bottom of the list.
Your energy supply may be easy to overlook, but doing so can be an expensive mistake. In this guide, we give you a simple set of steps to follow that will save you time, money and hassle
Before you move in, you should check if the premises are associated and have both electricity and gas meters if that’s what you need.
According to the RMR the new definition of a micro business is now:
A business customer who:
Whilst this isn't groundbreaking in its additional reach it is bringing into play a greater number of customers, and even in some instances, some (traditionally high user) half-hourly meters have been picked up under this expansion.
Under this system a micro-business customer can expect:
Happily, some energy suppliers have gone further than Ofgem requested and have integrated all SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) customers in their micro-business policies and have advance limited and in some cases completely removed their rollover terms.
To find out how your energy supplier rates in these policies visit our business energy supplier to get all the information you need to navigate the energy market whether you're a micro, small, medium or large business.
If you'd like to understand whether you are a micro business and how you can benefit from these rules and protections simply get in touch with us by calling our energy experts on 08000488472.