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Temporary Electric Supply Service
If you’re working on site, it’s likely you’ll need a temporary supply of energy to keep you up and running. Our team of experts are on hand to help you set up your temporary connections, no matter what size, quickly and efficiently so that you can get back to work.
Why would you need a temporary builders electric supply for your construction site?
Your construction sites will most likely need electricity to power any tools, lighting, or onsite facilities you have. We will work with our network of approved suppliers to help provide you with temporary electrical supplies for your site.
These come in two forms:
If you’re planning on demolishing an existing building in order to rebuild, we’ll work with our accredited suppliers to remove the existing meter and replace it with a temporary one.
When development is complete, we can arrange for the installation to be decommissioned or even converted back to a permanent meter.
Why choose Flame Energy?
Once you’ve chosen to set up your temporary builders electric supply with Flame Energy, you will be given a dedicated account manager to guide you through the process. They’ll ensure it all runs as smoothly as possible with as little disruption to your site as possible.
They’ll be contactable via phone, email, and our website, using their years of industry knowledge to give you the peace of mind that your temporary supply is fully compliant with any and all legislation.
Get in touch
If you’re in need of a temporary electric meter for your construction or building site, don’t hesitate to contact our team today to find out more about how we can support your business.
Frequently Asked Questions
It doesn’t take long, typically the same time as it takes to install a new meter.
A temporary builders electric supply can be used as long as the meter is needed for but at some point it will be disconnected or become part of the new supply.
Yes, the rates will be exactly the same as normal market rates.
We operate energy partnership schemes along with full training packages to sell energy.
This is dependent on the size of supply required. The bigger the demand, the bigger meter.
The service will be laid for the amount of supply you need. You can use as many kwh as you need.
This is mainly used for building/development/construction sites for them to do their work and move on.
No. This has to be done by supplier/meter operator. These are legal requirements.
You will need the wiring/infrastructure in place for the temporary energy to be used. If there is nothing in place at the site at the moment then a new service will need to be laid in order for a temp meter to go in.