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Switching to Scottish Power in Northenden Ward

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Switching to Scottish Power in Northenden Ward

Last update: March 2021

Looking for a new energy plan? Our experts at Switch Plan will make sure that you kick start your energy supply in Northenden Ward in the cheapest and fastest way possible.

New to Northenden Ward? Or, have you lived here for a while but in search of a new energy plan? This page is dedicated to informing our customers all about what it means to switch to Scottish Power in Northenden Ward. You might have questions, like:

  • Who are Scottish Power and do they have the right plans for me?
  • How do I switch energy suppliers?
  • Is gas and electricity more expensive in Northenden Ward than in other parts of the UK?

We will provide the answers to these questions - and lot's more - on this page.

But before we get into the details of energy switching, let's learn a little bit about living in Northenden Ward. You probably know that it is located in the busy city of Manchester. You probably don't know, however, that it is home to 15171 inhabitants who live across 6435 households. Each household has very different energy requirements, depending on the size of their property, the number of inhabitants in the property and the average consumption of energy. For example, do you tend to work from home? Are you an avid chef? All of these things affect how much energy you use.

So, can Scottish Power provide the energy you need? Well, having been operating in the UK for 118 years, they are certainly well-versed in UK energy provision. They have a range of plans on offer which they currently provide to over 32 million customers. Although they are based in Glasgow in Scotland, they supply energy to homes all over the UK. Because of their long history and loyal customer base, Scottish Power have grown to become one of the 6 largest energy suppliers in the UK - or one of the 'Big 6'.

Read on to find out even more about whether Scottish Power are the right supplier for your household in Northenden Ward. If you decide that you want to switch over to one of their tariffs, then give them a ring on and one of their advisers can sort it all out for you. To chat through your alternative energy options, such as what different suppliers can offer, then ring us up and have a chat with one of energy experts. Call us today on 0330 054 0018 and they can guide you.

Starting a Scottish Power account in Northenden Ward, Manchester

If you've just moved to Northenden Ward, there are some steps you must follow to start powering up your new home! Whether you have been a resident of Northenden Ward for a while now, or are a new Mancunian, follow these steps to set up your gas and electricity.

  • 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 The most important thing to do when moving property is to take meter readings. 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 head over to the Ofgem website where you can find out. 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.

We told you it was easy! Now that you have all the information you'll need to provide to our experts, you can ring us up and we can start the switching process.

Switching your energy provider is easier than it sounds, so don't be put off! Switch Plan makes it easy. Just give us a ring on 0330 054 0018 and we will carry out a free price comparison service based on current tariffs on the market and your personal energy needs.

Are Scottish Power's energy plans cheap for residents of Greater Manchester?

One of the main complaints, aside from bad customer service, about Scottish Power's energy was the cost of its tariffs. The Big 6 have famously expensive energy plans, resulting in lots of customers switching to smaller suppliers for their gas and electricity.

How can I get ahold of Scottish Power in Northenden Ward?

Contacting Scottish Power is easy. You can head over to their cusomer support page on their website, or give their customer support number a ring. As well as this, you can download their app which has an in-built chat function. Below, we have outlined all of Scottish Power's contact details.

Alternatively, to know more about other plans and suppliers on the market, our experts are here to advise you. Call us anytime from Monday to Friday, between 9am and 7pm.

Type of Enquiry Number to contact
New Customer Number
If you want to become a new Scottish Power customer, call this number.
0800 027 0072
Monday to Friday: 8am-8pm; Saturdays 8:40am-4pm
General Enquiries Phone Number
If you have a general enquiry, concern or question about your tariff, call this number.
0800 027 0072
Open from 8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday, 10am to 4pm on Sunday.
General Enquiries Email
If you have a general enquiry, concern or question about your tariff, send an email to this address.
contactus@scottishpower.com
Small business customer service
If you want to speak to a customer service adviser for small business queries, call this number.
0800 040 7002
Monday to Thursday 9am-5:30pm; Fridays 9am-5pm
Small business switching
If you want to switch to a small business tariff with Scottish Power, call this number.
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 switching
If you are looking to switch to a commercial business energy plan with Scottish Power, call this number.
0800 074 0052
Monday to Friday 9am-4pm
Boiler Care Emergency Number
If you have a boiler emergency, call this number.
0800 111 4686
Open 24 hours a week
Boiler Care Customer Service
If you want to speak to a customer service adviser for your boiler care, call this number.
0800 001 5214
Monday to Friday 8am-8pm; Saturday 8am-5pm

Scottish Power available plans in Northenden Ward

Scottish Power offer dual fuel tariffs to their gas and electricity customers. This means that your gas and electricity supply will both be provided by the same supplier, on the same plan. At Switch Plan, we always recommend dual fuel, since not only do you save money through bundle deals offered by many suppliers, but you can also save so much time by centralising your gas and electricity in one tariff. Check out what Scottish Power has to offer below.

Stand alone Electricity rates in Northenden Ward

Scottish Power offers single electricity tariffs. This table lists their tariffs avaliable:

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

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

Who distributes energy in Northenden Ward?

Who controls the energy grid in Northenden Ward ?

Distribution network operators are in charge of distributing electricity around the UK. They are licensed by Ofgem to oversee electricity distribution and make sure it arrives safely in people's homes. Electricity is distributed around the country through a complex system of cables and towers before it arrives in your home. They differ depending on where you live. So, in Northenden Ward, your DNO is Electricity North West. The likelihood of you having to get in touch with your DNO is very low, since your supplier can usually provide you with all the answers to your energy questions. However, should you experience a powercut and need emergency assistance, or any other unforeseen event regarding your electricity supply, we have supplied you with their contact details below.

Who is the gas distributor for the 6435 households in Northenden Ward?

In Northenden Ward, Cadent Gas is in charge of distributing your gas locally. If you wanted to get in touch with them for whatever reason, you can ring them on 0345 835 1111. However, you will probably never need to. Just like your DNO, they are in charge of more complex issues of national gas transportation. Gas doesn't just appear out of thin air in your home, remember. It is transported around the country through a complex system of pipes before it arrives at your front door. 8 gas distribution networks oversee the more regional distribution, which are then managed by 4 gas distribution companies. Remember, gas can be dangerous if mismanaged, so it's important that there is a lot of control.

How to contact Northenden Ward's energy distributors?

Name Number
Greater Manchester Electricity North West Emergency Number
105
Greater Manchester Electricity North West General Number
0800 195 4141
Greater Manchester Cadent Gas Number
0345 835 1111

Your energy bill in Northenden Ward

How much is the average price/kWh in Northenden Ward?

It costs on average ยฃ11.05 for a kWh of energy in Greater Manchester. Compared to the UK national average, a Mancunian pays roughly ยฃ3.85% more.

Who supplies most of the population in Northenden Ward?

E.on is the most popular energy supplier in Northenden Ward and in the majority of the Greater Manchester. But remember, just because E.on are the largest provider in your area, that doesn't mean that you can't switch over to a different one. With Switch Plan, we can help you save money on your gas and electricity by switching suppliers - it's free, quick, and easy!

Who is the main supplier of energy in Northenden Ward?

E.on is the most popular energy supplier in Northenden Ward and in the majority of the Greater Manchester. But remember, just because E.on are the largest provider in your area, that doesn't mean that you can't switch over to a different one. With Switch Plan, we can help you save money on your gas and electricity by switching suppliers - it's free, quick, and easy!

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