Avoid the hassle with our full Account Management Service

Your relationship with your broker needs to be so much more than just arranging your contracts. With Pulse, you will have a dedicated Energy Account Manager with many years of experience.

Our Account Management service includes a wide range of queries including:

  • Billing queries
  • Meter Operator Agreements (MOPs)
  • Data collection and presentation
  • New connections and disconnections
  • Meter faults
  • Change of tenancy
  • AMR metering and installation
  • Authorised supply capacity analysis
  • Financial reporting

The standard support is all part of the procurement service but there may be a small charge for more complex needs or one-off projects. This will be discussed transparently as part of our On-Boarding process.

If you require any more information about our Account Management services, please Contact Us.

Complementing our procurement expertise, our Energy Consultancy service means Pulse provides a 360° approach to energy.  Click below to learn more about our Consultancy Services:

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