white meter

white meter

n
(Electrical Engineering) obsolete Brit an electricity meter used to record the consumption of off-peak electricity
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A report had now ben prepared by officials outlining a plan to instal modern slimline electric storage heaters using the White Meter tariff.
But for one savvy student, the years of rising damp and white meter heating are well and truly behind him - thanks to a bit of forward planning.
The little white meter was seen, almost for the first time since the introduction of the road tax, as an attempt to stop motorists doing what they wanted, and then making money out of them when they did.
Contract Notice: Installation of White meter heating to 39 flats in Cathcart/Mount Florida area of Glasgow.
lScots customers using economy 7 or white meter heating and using direct debit pay pounds 100 more annually than customers living in London.
Both flats have white meter heating, and come fully furnished and equipped, and the entire property is the final process of a mini refurbishment.
The two-bedroom flat has white meter heating, fitted carpets, residents' parking and shared landscaped grounds.
All with fully fitted kitchens, white meter heating and a controlled entry system, the rental is pounds 400pcm.
Contract Notice: The Contract is for the provision of a Void Management Scheme operated and monitored jointly by the Preferred Energy Supply Partner and the Council for all Void houses with the exception of the electricity supply to Voids that have white meters and electric central heating or where the property has been identified for demolition.The service will take effect when a house becomes void and the Preferred Energy Supply Partner shall be the "default provider" to tenants when the property is re-let.
I took a white metered taxi at 10.45pm on Friday, June 25 from outside Huddersfield bus station to the Jet petrol station, Scar Lane, Milnsbridge.