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Switching to Scottish Power in East Sussex

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Last update: March 2021

How much do you know about Scottish Power? If you are looking to make the switch over to one of their plans in your home in East Sussex, you should probably read up a bit about who they are, where they come from, and what they offer their customers. Your gas and electricity supply is crucial to making sure that you are comfortable at home and can perform basic, everyday activities, like cooking and cleaning. So, you want to make sure that you are with the right energy supplier for you.

So, let's find out a bit about Scottish Power. In their 118 years experience in supplying gas and electricity to their customers, they have accumulated a whopping 32 million customers and have become one of the largest energy suppliers in the UK. One of the famous 'Big 6', they have a range of tariffs available to their customers, from energy supply to boiler cover to home insurance.

Are you looking to switch to a Scottish Power tariff in East Sussex? Or are you shopping around for general information about who to switch to? Either way, East Sussex has lots of options for your energy supply. You might have just recently moved over to East Sussex for the first time, or indeed you may have lived there for a while and still don't know much about its energy. East Sussex is the country's 20th most populated county in the UK with a decent chunk of that population living in the cities of Brighton, Hastings, Eastbourne and Saltdean. While facts and figures are important, it's so important to remember that the energy supply you require for your household is personal to you. So read on to find out to find out more about their tariffs and whether they can provide you with what you need to fuel up your home on your budget, taking into account your priorities.

So, if you want to join the 32 million others who are currently fuelled by Scottish Power when you move over to East Sussex, you've come to the right place. At Switch Plan, our aim is to find you the best plan for your property. If you decide you want to make the switch over to a Scottish Power tariff, you can ring up their number for enquiries on 0800 027 0072, or you can chat to one of our experts to find an alternative energy option by ringing us on 0330 054 0018.

How can I contact my network distributor in East Sussex?

Get in touch directly with your District Network Provider if you are facing a powercut and/or need some information about local energy in East Sussex.

Company name Company number
East Sussex UK Power Networks Emergency Number
0800 31 63 105
East Sussex UK Power Networks General Number
0800 029 4285
East Sussex SGN Number
0800 912 1700

Who are my gas & electricity distribution network operators in East Sussex?

Who distributes East Sussex's gas?

Ever wondered how gas actually arrives in your home? Well, before gas can actually reach you, it is transported through a complex system of pipes. These pipes form the Gas Distribution Network in the UK, of which there are 8. These are then controlled by 4 gas distribution companies.

Gas doesn't appear out of thin air. Instead, it appears at your home after travelling through a pretty complex system of pipes that transport it all around the UK. These pipes are overseen by 4 gas distribution companies around the UK, which are further divided into 8 gas distribution networks across the UK. We don't tend to consider how gas actually arrives at our stove, radiator and pipes. For this reason, we don't usually have to get in touch with our local gas distribution company or our gas distributor. But, if you happened to be interested, your gas in East Sussex is actually provided by SGN.

Who is your distribution network operator in East Sussex?

Your supplier is only in charge of providing gas and electricity to your home. Of course, your supplier needs to receive its energy supply from somewhere. This is where the distribution network operator comes into the equation. Your distribution network operator (DNO) is the company that owns and operates the power lines and infrastructure that connects your home to the National Grid. Your DNO can assist you with technical queries such as moving your meter, setting up electricity in your property, or solving a power cut. In East Sussex your DNO is UK Power Networks. You might never need to get in touch with them, as most queries can be resolved directly by your energy supplier. But if you find that you need to contact your DNO, all the contact details can be located on this page.

Contacting East Sussex's energy distributors

Inhabitants of East Sussex can call their local East Sussex electricity DNO (Distribution Network Operator) or gas distributor in case of emergency or to get up-to-date information.

Company name Company number Number opening hours
East Sussex Distribution Network Operator General Number
0800 029 4285
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
East Sussex Distribution Network Operator Emergency Number
East Sussex.dno_emergency
24/7
East Sussex Gas Distributor Number
0800 912 1700
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
East Sussex Gas Distributor Emergency Number
0800 111 999
24/7
You can also visit their website for more info:
UK Power Networks SGN
UK Power Networks website SGN website

Switching to Scottish Power in East Sussex

Switching energy suppliers has never been so quick and easy. When you're moving home, you just need to ensure that you have followed a few quick steps to get going with your new energy plan in East Sussex. * The most important thing to do when moving property is to take meter readings. When you leave your old place, as well as when you walk through the door of your new home, jot down the numbers you see on the meter. We also recommend taking a photo. This is just to ensure that you aren't overcharged for your energy by your supplier or your landlord. It doesn't matter if you are moving into a rented property or if you have just bought a new house, this is important to ensure you are paying the right amount. * Don't forget to contact your current energy supplier to let them know you are moving. If you don't know who currently supplies you with energy, either check a recent energy bill or follow the step-by-step guide we prepared for you. Your supplier might let you carry your energy plan over to your new home, but you will likely have to sign up to a new one, or start again. This is a great opportunity to switch suppliers and save a lot of money on your energy! Although, switching before the end of your contract (if you are on a fixed plan) might result in an exit fee, so make sure to check out the conditions of your plan so you aren't taken by surprise by any unforeseen charges. * Wondering how you will receive gas and electricity in your new home when you first move in? Well, if you don't organise your new energy plan ahead of the move, then you will be automatically put on a default contract, or a deemed contract, both of which tend to be expensive, so consider switching as soon as you can. Scottish Power have lot's of information online about switching over to one of their plans. However, if you want free, quick, and unbias information about making this switch, don't hesitate to give us a ring on 0300 054 0018 and we can talk you through the best plan for you.

Setting up a Scottish Power contract in the 20th biggest county in the UK?

It's very easy to switch suppliers in your new home. Below we have outlined all the steps you need to take before you can be transferred over to a new contract. If you staying in the same property, but just switching contract, then that's where we come in! First, you need to decide who you want to switch to. To this day, in East Sussex, East Sussex.main_provider is the most popular energy provider. However, don't let this influence yor decision. Lots of residents of East Sussex tend to stick with the most popular option - after all, why would you change what you are so used to? Well, the simple answer is because you can save a lot of money. Brits who switch suppliers can save up to ยฃ400 a year on their energy bills. To switch to a Scottish Power contract, give them a ring and they can sort it out for you, from start to finish.

How much do the East Sussex.population residents of East Sussex pay per kWh on average?

Government data informs us that a kWh in East Sussex is around Brightonians more than the national average in the UK, currently at around 10.05. To make sure you get the best deal for your kWhs, don't forget to do your research into different suppliers. Chat to our experts and they can guide you.

Scottish Power: Contact Details 2020

Type of Enquiry Number to contact
General Enquiries Email
Email for general queries about your Scottish Power energy plan
contactus@scottishpower.com
General Enquiries
Number for queries about your Scottish Power energy plan
0800 027 0072

Open from 8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday, 10am to 4pm on Sunday.
New Customer Number
Call this number if you want to become a Scottish Power customer
0800 027 0072

Monday to Friday: 8am-8pm; Saturdays 8:40am-4pm
Boiler Care Emergency Number
24 hour number for boiler emergencies
0800 111 4686

Open 24 hours a week
Boiler Care Customer Service
Number to reach customer service for Boiler Care
0800 001 5214

Monday to Friday 8am-8pm; Saturday 8am-5pm
Small business customer service
Phone number to speak to customer services as a small business
0800 040 7002

Monday to Thursday 9am-5:30pm; Fridays 9am-5pm
Small business switching
Phone number for if you want to switch to a Scottish Power tariff as a small business
0800 22 44 00

Monday to Thursday 9am-5:30pm; Fridays 9am-5pm
Commercial business customer service
Phone number to reach customer services for commercial business owners
0800 074 0052

Monday to Friday 9am-4pm
Commercial business customer service
Phone number to reach customer services for commercial business owners
0800 074 0052

Monday to Friday 9am-4pm
Commercial business switching
Phone number if you are a commercial business owner looking to switch to a Scottish Power business energy plan
0800 074 0052

Monday to Friday 9am-4pm

How can I contact Scottish Power in East Sussex?

If you want to make the switch over to a Scottish Power energy plan, then you will inevitably need to get in touch with them. Moreover, if you are a current Scottish Power customer, need information about your boiler cover, home insurance or even if you have a complaint, you can contact them on the appropriate number below. If you would rather some unbias information, don't hesitate to get in touch with our experts who can guide you on the best plan for you. Give us a ring on 0330 054 0018.

Scottish Power plans and tariffs in East Sussex

What single electricity rates does Scottish Power offer?

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/day
1 Year Fixed Price Energy 12 months fixed 16.13 p 19.17 p
2 Years Fixed Price Energy 24 months fixed 17.8 p 24.28 p
Standard Variable Variable tariff 17.8 p 24.5 p

What gas rates does Scottish Power offer?

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/day
1 Year Fixed Price Energy 12 months fixed 16.13 p 19.17 p
2 Years Fixed Price Energy 24 months fixed 17.8 p 24.28 p
Standard Variable Variable tariff 17.8 p 24.5 p

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