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  1. Hi there, just seen one of your responses to a question on 1 metre, 2 MPANs in 2014...

    I'm researching a piece on this at the moment and your explanation is the best I've read so far! 

    Can I get in touch with you for a chat?

    Best wishes,

    Joe

     

    1. Nottsknots

      Nottsknots

      Hi Joe,

      Wow, that was a while ago! I’m happy to answer questions if you want to ask in response, but before I give out any contact info, please could you give me some more background on yourself and the piece you are researching? Call me old fashioned, but I value my personal security and privacy.

      Regards

      Andre.

    2. KeenCanary

      KeenCanary

      Of course Andre.

       

      My name is Joe Crowley. I am a freelance broadcast journalist but I regularly present and report for both the BBC's One Show and Countryfile programmes.

       

      I'm working on a piece for the One Show to do with Scottish Power and council tenants in in Scotland who have been receiving exceptionally high bills. 

       

      I'm not familiar with this site / forum or whether these messages are public / private. But maybe you could email me at joe.crowley@bbc.co.uk and then we could swap details on email to arrange a chat?

       

      Best wishes,

       

      Joe

       

  2. Apologies for re-opening this old thread, but as an industry insider, I do know how this works. I hope this helps someone, as I came across it whilst looking for something similar. 1) Yes, it is possible for 1 "import" meter to have 2 MPANs. This occurs when the site has (or had) separate heating and power/lighting circuits from the meter. In most properties the power goes from the meter to a fusebox, and at that point the separate circuits for power, lighting, cooker, showers etc are connected. However, if a heating circuit comes directly off the meter, and consumption is recorded on its
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