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Switching to a Bulb deal in Lanark

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Who are Bulb, and what's on offer for their Lanark customers?

Last Update: September 2021

Bulb have 1.6 million customers around the UK and in Lanarkshire, which is huge given that they were only founded in 2013. Two guys in London recognised a gap in the energy market for green energy, and since then they have grown exponentially, spreading across the UK and even to other countries.

You may know Bulb as one of the UK's greenest energy suppliers. They provide 100% renewable electricity to their customers and the gas that their customers use is offset through investment in carbon offsetting schemes. Moreover, through investing in technologies that keep their costs down, they pass on savings they make to their customers. Bulb customers are therefore able to make hefty savings each month, which might not have been possible if they were with a larger supplier, such as one of the Big 6. Their vari-fair tariff (also, their only tariff!) is susceptible to price fluctuations, as it is a variable tariff, meaning that it reflects fluctuations in the wholesale cost of energy.

Unfortunately, as a result of financial complications that were exacerbated by the UK's energy crisis, Bulb Energy has announced that they are going bust. However, because Bulb Energy is such a large supplier the UK government has called for a special legal process, referred to as "special administration", to be implemented. This process means that the UK government will fund Bulb's operations for a period of time until Bulb Energy can seize trading in a safe manner in an effort to reduce any fallout impacting other energy suppliers in the UK market. For now, Bulb Energy will remain active as normal using the government's funding, so it is our suggestion that Bulb customers stay patient and remain with Bulb.

What is the consumption of energy like in Lanark?

Typology of Lanark’s housing

Lanark is home to 15,289 households which have 0.73 inhabitants on average. These properties have their own way of being powered, below you will be able to see the percentage of houses being powered by electricity, gas, oil or no central heating.

Total Lanark households 15,289 100%
Electric central heating 3994 26.12%
Gas central heating 7358 48.12%
Oil central heating 3734 24.43%
No central heating 203 1.33%

What’s the average energy consumption for a Lanark inhabitant?

2018 government data gives us an idea of how much Lanark inhabitants consume on average. It reveals that the average household in Lanarkshire consumes 3,402.67 kWh a year, while the median consumption is around 2,995.76 kWh.

Who is the main supplier of energy to the 15,289 households of Lanark?

Across Lanarkshire, Scottish Power are the most popular energy supplier. Large cities such as Glasgow, East Kilbride or Carluke strongly contribute to his popularity. However, don't be fooled into thinking that they are the best for you just because they are the most popular in your area. We aren't saying there is anything wrong with Scottish Power, but it's definitely worth shopping around for what's available to find the tariff that is best for your property. Remember, Lanark inhabitants can save money on gas and electricity by switching energy suppliers.

Important information regarding Lanark’s energy distribution network operators

Lanark’s energy distribution network operators: who and what are they?

What should I do if I experience a power cut in Lanark?

We are all likely to experience a house power cut at least once, so it is important to know what to do if it happens to you. The first step is to check the source. Whether it is your fuse box or a cut in your neighborhood in Lanarkshire To see if it was a fuse that tripped in your house circuit, check your fuse box and see if any of the switches are off. If the power cut happened when switching on an appliance or light then it is likely that it’s just in your home in Lanark. The second cause for a power cut is if there is one in your area. These are caused for several reasons often out of your control, because the power lines to your home were interrupted. This can happen when: * A power line has been damaged or knocked over. * Lightning has struck a utility pole * Transformers have been shut down If you notice that your neighborhood is experiencing a power cut, it’s best you call your local Distribution Network Operator on the following number 0800 092 9290. In case you didn't know, in Lanark, your local DNO is Scottish Power Energy Networks. Once they have been informed they will send out a team to resolve the issue.

Who distributes electricity in Lanark?

Now, while we are here to guide you on all of your gas and electricity queries, there are some urgent matters that are reserved for your supplier or your Distribution Network Operator (DNO). Let's say you have a power cut. You need to contact your DNO to inform them so they can resolve the issue. Alternatively, if you require some information that is more concerned with energy distribution, they are also the people to contact. In Lanark your DNO is Scottish Power Energy Networks.

Who is Lanark’s gas distributor?

Did you know that the gas distribution company in Lanark is SGN. You probably didn't. You might not even care. But, if you do, here's a bit of information about your gas supply.

As cool as it would be, gas doesn't appear out of thin air. Instead it is provided by a complex network of gas distribution pipes. There are 8 Gas Distribution Networks which are managed by 4 different gas distribution companies. Each company manages a different region. Customers do not usually have to get in touch with their gas distribution company, since suppliers are usually the point of contact.

How should I contact Lanark’s energy distributors?

Distribution Network Provider are in charge of fixing all network issues. Here's how to contact them:

Company name Company number
Lanarkshire Scottish Power Energy Networks General Number
0800 092 9290
Lanarkshire Scottish Power Energy Networks Emergency Number
105
Lanarkshire SGN Number
0800 912 1700
Lanarkshire SGN Emergency Number
0800 111 999
You can also visit their website for more info:
Scottish Power Energy Networks Scottish Power Energy Networks website
SGN SGN website

Setting up your home’s energy supply in Lanark

Just moved to Lanark? Greetings fellow Lanark inhabitant

Welcome to your new home in Lanark. Did you Lanark is part of Lanarkshire, the 12th largest county in the country with a current population of 0. Once you move to Lanark you will become a Lanark inhabitant and join the other 11,133 Lanark inhabitants. You will be moving into one of the 15,289 of the Lanark.

Who to warn when you’re moving to Lanarkshire

We understand that moving is a stressful period in anyone's life, so to try and simplify things for you we have put together a list of places to notify before moving. You should warn them all about your change of address, so that they can update their details of you and contact you if need be. Here is the list: * Broadband and phone providers * Bank * Energy provider * Local council and electoral roll * TV licensing authority * DVLA to update your driving license. To ensure that you still get all your post in Lanarkshire, go to your post office and ask for it to be forwarded to your new address in Lanark.

How to connect your home to the grid?

It is likely that your new household is connected to the majority of the 15,289 properties in Lanark. However, if for some reason, like a new build, you are not yet connected, follow the steps below to learn how to connected your property to the grid in order to receive your energy supply. * Call the National Grid Energy Transmission (NGET) on 0800 688 588 to book a pre-application meeting. This meeting will cover workload, timeline and cost. * Submit the application forms to the Electricity Systems Operator (ESO) and pay the application fee! * A team will visit your property and send you a quote in 1 to 3 working weeks. * Grid connection work. This process can take some time, so make sure to organise it in line with the build of the new property. This will ensure you have energy in your new property before moving in.

A guide to moving to Lanark

Have you just moved to South Lanarkshire? Great! If you are recent Lanark inhabitant, or even if you have lived in Lanarkshire for a while now, you are now one of the 11,133 inhabitants of Lanark. One thing you need to get sorted pretty rapidly is your energy supply. How are you going to fuel up your new house? Lucky for you, we will sort that out for you. We just need you to carry out a few quick steps first, to allow us to complete the switch efficiently. * We know that saying goodbye to your old place should be more sentimental than taking a meter reading. But, it's important that you take a meter reading in your previous home as you walk out the door to make sure that you don't pay for what you don't use. Write it down and leave it in a safe place where the next inhabitants of the house can find it. You'll also need this information just in case your previous provider wants it. * Now when moving into your new place in Lanark! Do the same - write down the meter reading once you've located it your new energy meter. * It's likely that you will inherit the contract of the previous inhabitants of the property and you'll keep it until you decide to switch. If you can't find the details of the previous energy contract of the house, don't worry! Simply follow the different steps from our guide on how to set up energy and notably how to find out who supplies the energy to the property. * And this is where we come in to help you find and switch to the best energy supplier on the market. Switching your energy provider is easier than it sounds, so don't be scared away! With Switch Plan, it's a piece of cake. Just call us on 0330 054 0018 and we will do a free price comparison service for you based on current plans on the market and your personal energy needs.

Important numbers in Lanark

Every city has different phone numbers for their local authorities. We have added a list of them below on top of some important numbers you should be aware of. Here are the important phone numbers for Lanark.

Service Name Address Contact Website
Water Services Scottish Water Castle House, 6 Castle Drive, Carnegie Campus, Dunfermline KY11 8GG Phone: +44(0)800 0778 778
Fax: +44(0)1383 622090
Phone: https://www.scottishwater.co.uk/
City Hall / / / /

How to transfer energy supplier to your new home?

It is sometimes possible to transfer your energy supplier and contract from your old home to your new property in Lanark, although it is not always recommended. Indeed, it is an ideal time to find a better deal and one that is more suited to your new home which will likely have different energy requirements. Give our experts a call on 0330 054 0018, all it takes is a 10 minute conversation. If you decide that sticking with the same supplier is the best option for you, you may be upset to find out that it isn’t even possible. Tariffs vary according to location and therefore your current tariff or even supplier may not be available for your new home in Lanarkshire. When moving to your new home in Lanark you will be placed on a deemed contract with the supplier that is currently providing energy to your new household. To see if it is possible to change this to your previous tariff, you will need to check the following: * If your old house's tariff is available in Lanark. * If your new home’s energy meter is compatible with your tariff. * If your new home runs on the same energy sources. If these all check out then it will be possible to transfer over your old energy tariff to your new home in Lanark. To do so you will need to call your supplier. Have your new address and postcode ready in order to carry out the transfer.

Questions Frequently Asked by Lanark inhabitants

How much does 1 kWh cost on average with Bulb in Lanarkshire?

In Lanarkshire the unit rate for Bulb’s electricity is 17.7975 p per kWh. For a kWh of Bulb’s gas you will be paying 3.1395 p.

Does Bulb supply smart energy meters?

You will be happy to find out that Bulb does supply smart energy meters in Lanarkshire. Even better news is that it only supplies the SMETS2 smart meters to its customers. These second generation smart energy meters mean that if you decide to switch energy suppliers in the future you will be able to use the same energy meter with your new supplier.

September 2021 tariffs and rates available with Bulb for Lanark inhabitants

You don't have to worry about separate gas and electricity bills with Bulb, since they only offer a dual fuel tariff. What else do you need to know about Bulb's vari-fair tariff? Lucky for you, Bulb are committed to keeping things simple:

  • No exit fees.
  • One tariff for everyone, around £890.
  • 100% renewable electricity and carbon offsetting.
  • Their ‘vari-fair’ tariff fluctuates depending on the cost of wholesale energy.
  • 30 day warning before your bill increases.

Sounds appealing right? Now you must be wondering about the price of the vari-fair tariff. Check it out below.

Bulb’s Green energy plans in Lanark

As a Lanark inhabitant you should be aware that Bulb supplies 100% renewable energy and 100% carbon-neutral gas to their customers from Lanarkshire. You may be wondering how Bulb source the green energy they provide, well incase you wanted to find out, below is their fuel mix. * 78% wind * 18% solar * 4% hydro When it comes to the gas Bulb provides in Lanark and around the UK, it is either green biomethane gas or completely carbon-offset. Bulb is in fact the biggest buyer of green biomethane gas for homes. In other words their energy fuel mix is impressive and Bulb is making efforts to be able to provide sustainable energy to customers around the UK.

September 2021 Electricity rates in Lanark

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/day
Vari-Fair Tariff Variable
17.7975 p
20.097 p

September 2021 gas rates in Lanark

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/day
Vari-Fair Tariff Variable
17.7975 p
20.097 p

September 2021 Economy 7 rates in Lanark

Do you own an Economy 7 meter? Do you like the idea of saving money on your energy bills? Well first let us explain how it works in case you aren't aware. An Economy 7 meter works with two different energy rates, one for the day and the other for night, otherwise known as peak and off-peak. The price of off-peak energy is generally significantly lower, so if you are likely to use energy in those hours at your new property in Lanark, then you could be saving some money with an Economy meter. Bulb charges significantly less for off-peak usage, compared to other suppliers. You can see their Economy 7 electricity rates for credit and prepayment meters below:

Meter Type Day unit rate (per kWh) Night unit rate (per kWh) Standing charge (per day) Estimated annual electricity price Night rate hours
Credit meter 16.447p per kWh 7.455p per kWh 19.79p £604.44 23:00 – 07:30
Prepayment meter 16.086p per kWh 7.109p per kWh 25.91p £611.81 23:00 – 07:30

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