Have you recently moved house? Are you about to move into a new property? If so, and you've found yourself wondering "who supplies my gas and electricity?" then you're in the right place.
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On top of the cost of moving house, inflated energy bills are the last thing anyone needs. If you have recently bought a new home and haven't compared energy tariffs, you may have been put on the standard tariff of the energy supplier chosen by the old owner of your home. Chances are that this will be the supplier's most expensive tariff, so it is important that you look to switching as soon as possible to reduce your outgoings.
Once you have discovered who supplies your gas and electricity you will be able to switch to a tariff more appropriate for your needs, which will be much cheaper. At UKPower.co.uk we understand that moving into a new house can be a stressful time, as such we want to help you make the transition into your new home as easy as possible and when it comes to switching your utility supplier, we can do all of the hard work for you!
Call our Who Supplies helpline on .
If you are a landlord or estate agency then knowing who the current energy suppliers are for a property is essential information for you to pass on to the new occupants. All you need to do is enter the postcode of your property below and we will provide you with a phone number to your supplier.
Your property is located in region, which means that is your distributor.
Here's the phone number you need to call .
If you have moved into a house that is electricity only and are not sure who is currently supplying it then we make it really easy to find out how to find your electricity provider. We can also find out if your property has Economy 7 which is sometimes popular with electricity only households.
If you have moved into a new house and not sure who your current gas supplier is then call the number in the table above relevant to the region you live in. You will also find out your current MPRN (Meter Point Reference Number) which you may need when switching energy suppliers.