Who Supplies My Gas and Electricity?

Wondering who supplies your gas and electricity? Have you recently moved house or about to move into a new property?

If you’d like us to take away the hassle and find out this information for you, please fill in your details below.

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Alternatively, if you'd like to find out this information yourself, here's how to go about it.

Who is my gas supplier

To find out who your gas supplier is, call the M Number Enquiry Helpline on 0870 608 1524.

This is a service provided by xoserve Ltd, which will be able to tell you the name of your property’s current gas supplier, as well as your meter point reference number (MPRN). You may need to know your MPRN if you wish to switch to a cheaper gas tariff.

Who is my electricity supplier

You can find out who your electricity supplier is by calling the local distribution company - the number for which can be found in the table below.

Region & DistributorTelephone number
Eastern England EDF Energy0845 601 5467
East and West Midlands Central Networks0845 603 0618
London EDF Energy0845 600 0102
North Wales, Merseyside, Cheshire Sp Power Systems and North Shropshire0845 270 9101
North East England and CE Electric UK0845 601 3268
North West United Utilities 0870 751 0093
North Scotland SSE Power Distribution0345 026 2554
South Scotland SP Power Systems0845 270 9101
South East England (Kent & EDF Energy parts of Sussex and Surrey)0845 601 5467
Southern England SSE Power Distribution0345 026 2554
South Wales Western Power Distribution0845 601 5972
South West England Western Power Distribution0845 601 5972

Your local distributor will be able to confirm the registered electricity supplier for your property, and provide you with a contact number for them. You may need to provide your electricity point administration number (MPAN), which you can usually find on a sticker attached to your electricity meter. It may be useful for you to make note of this number for future reference.

Remember, if you have recently moved house, there's a good chance that you will have been automatically placed onto your supplier’s more expensive ‘standard’ variable tariff - as this is general market practice. Standard tariffs tend to be the most expensive, which means that you could stand to save money simply by switching to a differnet energy deal or supplier.

You can compare home energy deals through our Ofgem accredited comparison service by entering your postcode into the box below. Alternatively, call one of our UK based energy experts on 0800 320 2000 to see if you could save.

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