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Below are reasons why we use LOAs when arranging supplier retentions and transfers.
LOAs enable us to do the following:
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An AMR meter is usually referred to as a Smart meter. Smart meters are similar to traditional meters in regards to the way they measure the amount of energy you use. However, unlike normal energy meters, smart meters remotely send real-time information about your energy consumption to your supplier. This means you will no longer need to provide meter readings, but won’t run the risk of your consumption being estimated.
Smart meters work by sending communications to your supplier via a SIM, mobile internet connection or WIFI.
MPR stands for Meter Point Reference. This number is found on your gas bill and consists of one long number with up to 10 digits.
It may be located somewhere at the top or bottom of the bill. The number does not contain any letters.
Meter Point Reference
An MPAN (Meter Point Administration Number) is a unique number to the property. It is found on the electricity bill issued by your supplier. This is sometimes called a Supply Number but it should not be confused by your customer reference number.
The full MPAN is 21 digits in length and should be printed in the format below on a recent electricity bill.
If your business consumes less than 33kWh of electricity or less than 145kWh of gas per day then you may be eligible to pay VAT at just 5%. This also applies to charities and non-profit organisations such as churches. However, if you’re not eligible for this lower rate of VAT then you’ll pay the current rate of 20%.
This is an environmental energy tax and it’s been part of business energy bills since 2001. It was introduced to try to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Climate Change Levy (CCL) is made up of the main rates and the carbon price support rates. The main rates of the CCL apply to gas, electricity and solid fuels and should be listed on your energy bill.
How much you pay in CCL charges depends on which sector your business is in, whether that’s industrial, commercial or public services. But if you only use a small amount of energy then you won’t pay CCL charges. You will also be exempt if you are a charity.
Energy intensive businesses can enter into a climate change agreement with the Environment Agency to get a reduction on CCL rates.
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