Find my supplier for electricity and gas.

How is energy supplied:

In the UK, energy is distributed through a complex network of power lines and gas pipes. Electricity is generated at power stations and distributed to homes and businesses via the National Grid, while gas is extracted and then transported through pipelines.

Why do you need to know who supplies electricity and gas to you?

Understanding who supplies energy to your home or business is crucial for several reasons.

  • Accurate energy bills: Your energy bills reflect the charges for your energy consumption, and you need to understand them to manage your budget effectively. This knowledge helps you avoid unexpected expenses and plan your finances accordingly.

  • Price comparison: The UK energy market offers various suppliers with different pricing structures. Comparing energy prices before switching suppliers ensures you get the most competitive rates, potentially saving you money in the long run.

  • Customer service: Energy suppliers differ in the quality of customer service they provide. Having a responsive and helpful supplier is essential, especially when you encounter issues or need assistance with your energy supply.

How to find your current energy supplier.

In the majority of cases, you'll know who your current energy supplier is. You've either been with them for years or made a switch more recently, maybe for better prices or their customer service.

However, you might not know who your supplier is. For example you've just moved into a new build home. Not to worry, we've got you covered.

Who is my electricity supplier?

How to find my electricity supplier is a frequently asked question, and the best thing to do is use the Energy Network Association search tool to find your energy network operator. Then get in touch to learn your electricity supplier and your MPAN (Meter Point Administration Number, which is used to identify your electricity meter).

Who is my gas supplier?

You need to talk to the Meter Point Administration Service, either by using their online Find My Supplier search tool or calling them on 0870 608 1524. They can also tell you your MPRN (Meter Point Reference Number, which is used to identify your gas meter).

Can I have different suppliers for electricity and gas?

It's possible to have separate suppliers for electricity and gas, particularly if you've recently moved or don’t have a dual fuel tariff, which includes both energy sources.

You can often bring both supplies over to one provider by getting in touch with them.

What to do if you’re moving home.

Often when you’re moving into a new property you won’t know who the energy supplier is. If it turns out to be us or you want to switch to us, we can get you sorted.

We can also help if you’re moving out of a property supplied by us.

Will my bills be different depending on my supplier?

Generally all electricity and gas suppliers charge different amounts for the electricity and gas they provide as well the daily standing charge. However the price cap sets a cap on how much can be charged.