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What you need to know about your gas & electricity distribution network operators in Newton Ward

Not sure who the energy distribution network operators in your area are or what they do? That’s alright we will explain everything to you, including how and when to get in touch with them.

Essentially they are responsible for the gas pipes and electricity cables that cover the UK and provide your dear homes with energy. In the UK the operators vary according to regions. If you want to find out who distributes the energy in Newton Ward, read on.

How should I contact Newton Ward’s energy distributors?

Inhabitants of Merseyside can call their local Merseyside electricity DNO (Distribution Network Operator) or gas distributor in case of emergency. These guys are responsible for solving power supply across all the counties cities.

Company name Company number
Merseyside Electricity North West General Number
0800 195 4141
Merseyside Electricity North West Emergency Number
105
Merseyside SGN Number
0800 912 1700
Merseyside SGN Emergency Number
0800 111 999

For FAQs and other pratical informations, you can visit their website:

Electricity North West Electricity North West website
SGN SGN website

What should I do if I experience a power cut in Newton Ward?

If you are unfortunate enough to experience a power cut in Newton Ward, there are a few things to remember. You may be able to solve it yourself, if the energy only cut out in your home. This is usually due to a fuse having tripped in your house circuit. If that is the case locate your fuse box and switch back on any switches that have turned off.

If it seems to be a wider power cut in your area of Newton Ward, it is usually because the power lines have been interrupted. There could be several reasons for this.

  • A power line has been damaged or knocked over.
  • Lightning striking an electricity pole.
  • Transformers have been turned off.

If you are experiencing a power cut in Newton Ward call your Distribution Network Operator on the following number 0800 195 4141. In Newton Ward, your DNO is Electricity North West. They will send a team out to fix the power lines.

Newton Ward’s electricity distribution network operator

In case of an emergency or to request some very up-to-date information, Newton Ward inhabitants can ring their local Merseyside electricity Distribution Network Operator (DNO) or their gas provider. In the case where a power cut is unresolved in Newton Ward, you can call your distributor's emergency phone number. In your case you are in the good hands of Electricity North West.

Who distributes Newton Ward’s gas?

Do you ever sit back and think, 'how do gas arrive in my house? Where do they come from?' Probably not. But if you have, then we have all the information here for you. You will likely never have to get in touch with your gas distribution company, but if you were interested, gas is provided by SGN in St. Helens District .

Gas is distributed through a pretty complex system of pipes. This network is called the Gas Distribution Network, which manages the transportation of gas around the UK. This is an important job as it ensures the safety of British people as well. A gas leak is no fun. Technical queries can be solved by your gas distributor in Newton Ward, and any other questions regarding your gas supply. However,it is best to just go directly to your supplier for questions like that.

What is the consumption of energy like in Newton Ward?

Who is the main supplier of energy to the 4,758 households of Newton Ward?

British Gas is the most popular energy provider in North West and in much of Merseyside notably the large cities such as West Kirby, Formby or Kirkby. Therefore, many Newton Ward inhabitants have stuck with British Gas despite being free to change at any time! Newton Ward dwellers can make substantial savings on energy related expenses by switching their current providers.

How are Newton Ward’s houses heated?

In Newton Ward there are 4,758 households with an average of 2.34 people living per household. Below you will be able to see which percentage of these properties are powered by electricity, gas and oil.

Total Newton Ward households 4,758 100%
Electric central heating 178 3.75%
Gas central heating 4470 93.95%
Oil central heating 11 0.24%
No central heating 98 2.06%

What is the average energy consumption for a typical Newton Ward inhabitant?

2018 government data gives us an idea of how much Newton Ward inhabitants consume on average. It reveals that the average household in Merseyside consumes 3,176.02 kWh a year, while the median consumption is around 2,861.95 kWh.

Frequently Asked Questions in Newton Ward

Does Bulb supply smart energy meters?

You will be happy to find out that Bulb does supply smart energy meters in Merseyside. 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.

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

In Merseyside 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.

What are Bulb's rates and tariffs in September 2021 in Newton Ward?

Bulb like to keep things simple and affordable, so they only offer dual fuel. Here are some things to know about Bulb's energy plan: * Bulb have one tariff for everyone for which is about £980. * It’s one of the cheapest on the market, and it is 100% renewable. * Their ‘vari-fair’ tariff reflects the true market cost of energy as it fluctuates with market prices. * Bulb will give you 30 days notice if market prices have increased. * There are no exit fees.

Below you will be able to see Bulb's electricity and gas plans in more detail.

Bulb’s vari-fair tariff is available for people with a dual rate Economy 7 meter in Newton Ward. An Economy 7 meter is when there are two different rates, one for the day and the other for at night (or peak and off-peak). Bulb charges significantly less for off-peak usage. Their Economy 7 electricity rates for credit and prepayment meters are as follows: <table> <thead> <tr> <th>Meter Type</th> <th>Day unit rate (per kWh)</th> <th>Night unit rate (per kWh)</th> <th>Standing charge (per day)</th> <th>Estimated annual electricity price</th> <th>Night rate hours</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr> <td>Credit meter</td> <td>16.447p per kWh</td> <td>7.455p per kWh</td> <td>19.79p</td> <td>£604.44</td> <td>00:30 – 07:30</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Prepayment meter</td> <td>16.086p per kWh</td> <td>7.109p per kWh</td> <td>25.91p</td> <td>£611.81</td> <td>00:30 – 07:30</td> </tr> </tbody> </table>

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 Newton Ward, 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 00:30 – 07:30
Prepayment meter 16.086p per kWh 7.109p per kWh 25.91p £611.81 00:30 – 07:30

Bulb’s Green energy tariff for Newton Ward inhabitants

Bulb is known as one of the greenest energy suppliers, but what does this mean? They provide 100% renewable energy and 100% carbon-neutral gas to their consumers all over Newton Ward. Their energy fuel mix can be seen here: * 78% wind * 18% solar * 4% hydro

Additionally, Bulb is the UK’s largest buyer of green biomethane gas for homes. The rest of it’s gas is all carbon-offset, to ensure a fully sustainable service to customers.

Bulb’s September 2021 electricity rates in Newton Ward

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

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

Bulb’s September 2021 single gas plan in Newton Ward

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

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

Powering up your new home in Newton Ward

Connecting your new home to the grid in Newton Ward

The chances are high that your new home is already connected to the grid. Nevertheless, if it is the case that it isn’t connected yet, as you are building a new property in Newton Ward, you will need to follow the steps below. This can be a timely process, so be sure to start early. This will allow you to make sure you are connected to the grid before you settle into your new property.

  • Call the National Grid Energy Transmission (NGET) on 0800 688 588 to book a pre-application meeting. This meeting concerns the work, time and price of the project.
  • Submit your application forms to the Electricity Systems Operator (ESO). There is an application fee.
  • A team will visit your property and send you a quote in 1 to 3 working weeks.
  • Grid connection work commences.

Who to call before moving to Newton Ward?

Before the day you move to Newton Ward you will have a never ending list of tasks. To make things simpler for you we have crafted a list of important numbers to call and warn about your change of address. Remember to update the following: * Your broadband and mobile providers * Your Bank * Your energy supplier/s * The local council and local electoral roll * The TV licensing authority * The DVLA in order to update your driving license.

Make sure to note them and call them all, or your previous properties new tenants will be receiving your important information and bills by post. You should also get your mail forwarded to your new home in Merseyside. To do so just go to your local post office and inform them of your new address and ask them to forward your mail there.

Important phone numbers in Newton Ward

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 Newton Ward.

Service Name Address Contact Website
Water Services United Utilities Haweswater House, Lingley Mere Business Park, Lingley Green Avenue, Great Sankey, Warrington WA5 3LP Phone: +44 (0)345 672 2999
Fax: +44(0)1925 237 073
Phone: http://www.unitedutilities.com/
City Hall / / / /

Transferring your energy supply to your new home in Merseyside

Before you decide to just transfer your old energy supply over to your new property in Newton Ward, we want you to remember something important. Switching energy suppliers is completely free and even better, it will save you money on your future energy bills. Call the following number, 0330 054 0018 to find out more about making the switch and what options are available to your in Merseyside.

However if you were content with your previous energy contract, you may be surprised to find out that it’s not possible to transfer it over to your new property. To ensure you can carry it out, be sure to check the following.

  • Does your new property have the same energy sources and requirements?
  • Is your new energy meter compatible with your old tariff?
  • Is your old tariff & supplier available in Newton Ward?

If all the above apply, then it is possible for you to < ahref="https://www.switch-plan.co.uk/moving-house/energy-transfer/">transfer your old energy supply to your new home in Newton Ward. We still advise that you consider switching providers as all properties have different energy priorities and needs. Despite this, if you still want to transfer your old contract over, all you need to do is call your provider and give them your new address and postcode.

Welcome to your new home in Newton Ward

Welcome to your new home in Newton Ward. Did you Newton Ward is part of Merseyside, the 10th largest county in the country with a current population of 1378600. Once you move to Newton Ward you will become a Newton Ward inhabitant and join the other 11,132 Newton Ward inhabitants. You will be moving into one of the 4,758 of the Newton Ward.

The process of moving to Newton Ward

Moving is a stressful time in anyone's life, but it is also full of adventure and excitement. To make things easier for you we have created some reminders of important things to remember before moving to Newton Ward. Many people leave their energy supply at the end of their list and risk being caught not having the supplier of their choice or paying over the odds when they shouldn’t be. Follow these simple steps to sort out your energy supply on time and efficiently.

  • Deregister with your old energy supplier on time, by warning them about the day of your move.
  • Right before leaving your old house, take a meter reading
  • As soon as you arrive at your new house, take another meter reading.
  • Think about the energy requirements needed for your new house.

Now that you are moving property to Newton Ward, there is truly no better time to consider switching energy suppliers. With one quick 10 minute phone call, our experts at Switch Plan can advise you with the latest tariffs that will best suit you and your new home. Give them a call on 0330 054 0018. Remember switching providers is free and even advised by the energy watchdog Ofgem.

Before you give us a call, consider what the energy priorities are for your new property. Whether they are environmental, financial, or logistical. This will allow our experts to give you the most ideal energy options.

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