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Energy Management Services for your Construction Business

Due to the nature of the industry, construction companies tend to require many new connections. Setting these up can become incredibly time consuming. Our team are on hand to support you with all your energy and water requirements from the ground up, even temporary metering.


We know that it’s hard to reduce the energy and water consumption on a construction site. We offer energy and water contracts that align with your sustainability targets. We’ll complete a review of your energy usage, look at opportunities to reduce energy consumption and provide you with the right green, environmentally friendly contracts.


We know that it’s hard to reduce the energy and water consumption on a construction site. We offer energy and water contracts that align with your sustainability targets. Our team will work with our partners to ensure that any temporary supplies you need are up and running in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Why choose Flame Energy?

Finding the best energy and water contracts for your business can be time consuming. That’s why, when you sign your contracts with Flame Energy, you’ll be given a dedicated account manager, available via phone, email, and our website, who can take on the process for you from the ground up. We’ll search the market to find the best contracts, tailored to fit your requirements.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does it take to setup a temporary meter on site?

Within 10 working days of the MPAN being raised which can take up to 4 weeks. Flame Energy can streamline this process by assisting you in setting up both your MPAN and temporary meter. To learn more about temporary meters take a look at our temporary meter service page.

How long will it take to setup a new meter?

Within 10 days of the meter being paid for which can be done with your supplier. If you do not have a supplier you will need a supply contract before the meter can be installed. Flame Energy can aid you in acquiring the best new energy contract with your supplier.

Why do I need to change the temporary meter to a permanent meter?

A temp meter is set up with a timeframe to ensure the supplier can allocate the meter correctly. Once the time agreement is over the temp meter will need to be allocated to a permanent company.

Can I receive reports on my energy consumption?

Yes, all your consumption will be monitored and always available. Monitoring your energy consumption is a great way to notice unplanned usage.

Can my CO2 emissions be tracked?

All energy suppliers must publish the amount of CO2 produced per kilowatt hour generated, therefore by recording your consumption we will be able to accurately measure your CO2 emissions.

Do I need a meter operator contract for a temporary meter?

If your construction site will have a peak demand of 100kva or more every half an hour you will be placed on a half hourly meter and will therefore need a meter operator contract. To learn more about meter operator contracts take a look at our meter operator page.

Should I be installing new siteworks at my construction site?

If you are intending to get a completely new meter installed, which is likely if you are in the construction phase of development, then you will need new siteworks for your site. Siteworks are needed to connect your meter to the grid.

Are there renewable energy sources available for construction sites?

Most suppliers offer renewable sources as an alternative which can be agreed for your construction site. Making the switch to renewable energy sources is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint.

Can I install EV charging stations while in construction phase?

With more electric vehicles on the road each year EV charging stations are becoming the norm. The process of installing an EV charging station follows 5 simple steps:

  1. Discussion to understand your goals.
  2. Electric analysis which includes a KVA review and a meter inspection
  3. Site survey
  4. Installation
  5. Fault check

If you would like to learn more about EV charging station, take a look at our EV charging service page or contact one of our experts.

How can I reduce my construction energy consumption?

There are a number of way you can reduce your energy consumption, for a construction business its important to monitor your usage to ensure all devices are switched off and not idle. PAT testing equipment to ensure they are working efficiently is a simple and great way to cut your consumption. A meter operator contract is key to detecting any rouge energy usage, so we highly recommend you have a MOP contract in place.


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