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What is a microbusiness?
A microbusiness customer can be defined as a consumer supplied, or requiring to be supplied, with gas or electricity at a premises other than a domestic premises, who:
- Consumes less than 293,000 kWh of gas a year,
- Consumes less than 100,000 kWh of electricity a year, or
- Has fewer than ten employees (or their full-time equivalent) and an annual turnover or annual balance sheet total not exceeding €2 million
If your business meets at least one of the above criteria, then you are a microbusiness customer.
A business only has to meet one of these three criteria to qualify as a microbusiness customer, although the consumption threshold applies to the fuel being supplied.
Back-invoicing of a microbusiness energy customer
For information only, please see the licence condition relating to the back-invoicing of energy for microbusiness customers below:
When an invoice is issued, only charges for electricity or gas (or both) used in the last 12 months can be recovered by the supplier, unless:
- The invoice was sent before 1 November 2018, in which case the amount you pay for charges is no more than you would have paid if you had been invoiced within the 12 months (in line with previous back-invoicing commitments with Energy UK),
- You have already been issued an invoice and are in contact with your supplier about payment of such invoice,
- You behave in an obstructive or manifestly unreasonable way (for example by not allowing access to read your meter without good reason, or by stealing electricity or gas, or, where you own your meter, by failing to keep it in proper working order), or
- The supplier is allowed to do otherwise in accordance with additional rights and guidance specified by Ofgem
To read more about Energy UK, visit the Energy UK website: energy-uk.org.uk/