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Switching to E.ON in Greater London

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Last update: March 2021

Have you just moved to a new property in the lovely Greater London? Before you get started, here are some things you should know about energy in your new area. We know that your first priority might not be getting your energy up and running, so that's why we want to sort it all out for you.

You probably want to know a bit about the energy supply in your new area. Greater London is the 1st most populated county in the UK. A fair share of this population lives around the cities of London, New Addington, nan and nan. Energy is distributed by UK Power Networks to the 3,239,717 households that make up the whole county. E.ON have a large range of energy plans available for both new and existing customers. Whatever your energy needs, we're sure E.ON would have something for you.

If you decide that E.ON is for you when you make the move over to Greater London and want to join their 3.8 million other customers, you can ring them up on 0345 052 0000. However, on this page we've outlined all the information you need about switching over to E.ON in Greater London. So, if you decide you want an alternative energy plan, ring up one of our experts on 0330 054 0018 and they can guide you. Either way, we'll make sure that you kick start your energy supply in Greater London in no time. Let's find out more about energy in Greater London.

Who are my gas & electricity distribution network operators in Greater London?

How to get in touch with Greater London's energy distributors?

If you need some up-to-date information, or are experiencing a electricity powercut in Greater London, or are facing any kind of issues with your gas supply then you should get in touch directly with your District Network Provider.

Company name Company number Number opening hours
Greater London UK Power Networks General Number
0800 029 4285
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Greater London UK Power Networks Emergency Number
0800 31 63 105
24/7
Greater London Cadent Gas Number
0345 835 1111
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Greater London Cadent Gas Emergency Number
0800 111 999
24/7

You can also visit their website for more info:

UK Power Networks UK Power Networks website
Cadent Gas Cadent Gas website

Who manages electricity distribution for the 3,239,717 households in Greater London?

A Distribution Network Operator is a company licensed to distribute electricity in the UK. These companies own and operate the system of cables and towers that bring electricity from the National Grid all the way to your home. You may have to contact them for matters such as moving your meter, setting up electricity in a new city property and they intervene to fix power cuts.

Just like with your gas distribution network, you might not need to contact your DNO. However, just in case, your network operator is UK Power Networks in Greater London, and you can find their contact details below.

Who distributes Greater London's gas?

Before gas arrives at your house, it must be transported through a system of pipes from its source. As consumers, we don't tend to pay much attention to this part of the process, understandably, since we don't see it directly. However, it might be useful to know a tiny bit of information about gas distribution, since it does affect each and every one of us.

There are 8 Gas Distribution Networks, overseen by 4 gas distribution companies, that make up the system of gas distribution in the UK. They control the transportation of gas throughout the UK to make sure it arrives safely in your home. Since they deal with gas transportation well before it becomes part of your domestic energy consumption, you will probably never need to get in touch with your gas distribution network. However, just in case, their contact number is 0345 835 1111.

E.ON: Contact Details 2020

Type of Enquiry Number to contact
General Enquiries
Enquiries that you may have regarding your existing account, such as querying a bill or changing the way you pay your bills.
0345 052 0000

Open from 8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday, 10am to 4pm on Sunday.
Top Up Contact Number
For all queries related to Pay As You Go billing: topping up, changing from pay as you go to direct debit and using emergency credit.
0330 303 5063

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
Complaints
If you have a complaint that you would like resolved or acknowledged by E.ON.
0345 052 0000

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
Complaints Pay As You Go
Complaints specifically related to Pay As You Go tariffs.
0345 303 3040

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
E.ON Boiler Services
Complaints number and address that are separate from the complaints service for gas and electricity customers
customerrelations@homeserve.com

E.ON plans and tariffs in Greater London

Single Electricity plans

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/day
Greener Energy 12 Months Fixed
16.7660 p
22.586 p

Gas plans

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/kWh
Gas Standard Fixed March 2022
3.438 p
26.041 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
3.392 p
34.61 p

Two rates energy plans

Name of the Plan Tariff value Day time

 

price/kWh
Night time

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/day
Economy 7 12 Months Fixed
19.151 p
10.288 p
22.665 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
19.151 p
13.101 p
33.665 p
Economy 7 24 Months Fixed
3.438 p
10.49 p
27.01 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
18.75 p
12.18 p
27.01 p

Setting up an E.ON contract in the 1st biggest county in the UK?

Moving house can be a daunting process, but at Switch Plan we want to make it as easy as possible. In Greater London, EDF is the most popular energy provider. However, this might not mean that they have the best plans for you and your energy needs. Remember, you can give us a ring on 0330 054 0018 to talk through your energy options.

How much do the 8,110,532 residents of Greater London pay per kWh on average?

Government data allows us to estimate that in Greater London, the average household consumes around 3,511.13 kWh each year. As well as this, we know that in Greater London, inhabitants spend around ยฃ9.93 per kWh.

Switching to E.ON in Greater London

Moving to Greater London and want to get started on an E.ON energy plan? You'll want to make sure that your gas and electricity is fully set up before the big move-in day. No one wants a dark, cold house! Our experts can sort this out for you, from start to finish. However, in order to make the most informed decision possible, they will need you to do a few things beforehand.

  • Firstly, when you leave your old house, take a note of the meter reading and leave it in an accessible place for the next residents of the property. This is to make a note of how much you used, and to stop you being accidentally overcharged by your supplier.
  • Next, you should do the exact same thing in your new house in Greater London! Just find the energy meter and take a note of the reading so you have it to hand should you need it. Sometimes, the supplier of your new property might request a meter reading to know when to start charging you for the energy you use. So it's important to have a note of this so as not to be overcharged and pay for energy you haven't used!
  • Lastly, when you move house, it's highly likely that you inherit a 'deemed' contract. This means that you carry on the contract that the previous residents of the property had agreed to. You might like this plan, and want to stick with it! But chances are you will need to switch over to a different tariff to suit your energy needs better. If you're not sure who supplies your new house with energy, or if the previous inhabitants of the house didn't leave you a note with the energy information, you can simply head over to the Ofgem website and find out who your new supplier is.

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