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Half Hourly Meter

Half Hourly Meter - Maximum Demand Meters

If getting a good deal on business energy is way down your list of priorities, let us take all the effort out of energy comparison and find the best half hourly electricity prices to suit your business. By tendering to the live marketplace we can find you the best deal for your usage. We are also available to answer any questions that you may have about the half hourly meter switching process or quotes that we obtain on your behalf.

So, what is a half hourly metering?

In simple terms, a half hourly meter is a device that takes energy readings every half hour. It helps provide very accurate figures throughout the day, so a plan to be created that fits energy demands. In particular, high energy users find this beneficial as they're energy needs can vary greatly.


Our team are very experienced with ensuring the correct setup is initiated for your max demand requirements, we work with a range of contracting options including flexi-contract and pass-through contracts to find the right solution for your business and the way in which it consumes energy.

If your business energy usage is in excess 100,000 kWh per annum, we can obtain bespoke rates for you and tailor a contract type which is most beneficial for you business. We will find you a half hourly electricity quote that matches your needs, at an affordable price. If you'd like to find out more about why half hourly meter could be beneficial for you, head over to this article.

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