The Utility Management Plan

The Utility Management Plan

A simple, five-step energy solution for busy people. Find out more.

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Stay focussed on what you do best with a Utility Management Plan

When you’re running a small business, you don’t have time to waste on your utilities.

You want to pay the bills and get on with your day. You might even think gas, electricity and water are a fixed cost.

The thing is, they don’t have to be.

A Utility Management Plan puts you in control of hidden overheads and helps you find the savings hidden in your business. Increase your energy efficiency and your overheads could drop – and that could mean an increase in your profits.

And with a Utility Management Plan, you can do all of this without taking time away from your business.

Keep scrolling to find out more.

Our simple, five-step energy solution for busy people

  • Get in touch with us

    01

    Get in touch with us

    You're too busy to care about business utilities, but we manage business utilities all day, every day. We're experts in energy and water. We'll take it off your hands so you don't need to worry.

  • Dedicated Account Manager

    02

    Dedicated Account Manager

    Your account manager will help to create and deliver your Utility Management Plan. They’ll get to know your business and your priorities, and answer your contract queries so you don’t have to bother contacting your supplier directly.

  • Utility Health Check

    03

    Utility Health Check

    A simple Utility Health Check is the start of your Utility Management Plan. Find out what kind of efficiency savings you can make in just a few minutes, with help from your account manager.

  • Get an AMR Meter Installed

    04

    Get an AMR Meter Installed

    With an Automated Meter Reading meter, you won’t need to send your energy supplier a meter reading every month. We’ll arrange for you to have an AMR meter installed. Your account manager will organise everything for you to save you time.

  • Start using Utility Insight SmartDash

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    Start using Utility Insight SmartDash

    Utility Insight SmartDash can help you track exactly how much gas, electricity and water is being used across your business. It’s a mobile app, so you can login and stay in control anywhere, anytime.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or would like us to get in touch, please contact the Utilitywise team using the form below.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or would like us to get in touch, please contact the Utilitywise team using the form below.

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