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Could you be a Building Network Operator with obligations?
Landlords and managing agents with multi-occupied properties could find themselves in the position of being a Building Network Operator (BNO), particularly where there are multiple main supplies coming into the building with separate fiscal meters. If you are a BNO there are certain regulations you are required to comply with to maintain the network and avoid energy theft.
Developers working on new builds with a ‘Building Network’ being installed, must also comply with the required standards, otherwise they are likely to see delays to the energisation of power which could subsequently delay the project.
Interested in learning more?
Download our Infosheet: Building Network Operator (BN0)