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Energy Billing, a provider of pre-payment and energy metering products and services, is encouraging organisations to tackle the issue of legacy systems, providing more accurate energy readings and reducing the problem of debt.

More accurate energy readings can help to eradicate the problem of debt.

Some district heating systems have been installed for more than 20 years now. As with any system, over time performance can decline, but for these systems it can mean energy readings could become inaccurate.

Energy Billing believes that more should be done to ensure systems are updated and calibrated to prevent inaccurate readings.

Bill Bates, director at Energy Billing, said: “If you’ve got a legacy system, why not change it when you have access to the property, like at a change of tenancy? We are helping customers through a gradual crossover period to make the work easy to manage and cost effective.”

In addition to this, when you have access to the premises, the company is encouraging organisations to install pre-payment meters at the same time, where necessary.

Mr Bates added: “It only takes about an hour longer to install a pre-payment meter, so when you’re in the premises anyway it makes perfect sense to get all the jobs done.

“This will remove any debt problems and provide a better, upgraded system giving accurate readings. At Energy Billing we can help you achieve this very easily.”

25 November 2019

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