Who is my Network Operator?

Our members are the network operators for your gas and electricity supply and so are not responsible for your energy bill. However, if you do not know who supplies your gas or electricity they can help you find out. 

To find out who your network operator is for gas or electricity type your postcode into the box on the right.

Gas

The majority of the UK's gas is delivered by National Grid, Northern Gas Networks, SGN or Wales & West Utilities. To find out who supplies your gas call the Meter Point Administration Service on 0870 608 1524.

Electricity 

The UK electricity network is split into regions and each region has a local distribution company. They keep a record of who supplies electricity to every home in their area. If you have just moved into a property and need to find out who your supplier is then you can contact your local distribution company using the numbers below.

  • North Scotland:
    Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution

    0800 048 3515

  • Central & Southern Scotland:
    SP Energy Networks

    0330 1010 300 

  • North East England & Yorkshire:
    Northern Powergrid
     
    0845 070 7172

  • North West England:
    Electricity North West

    0800 195 4141
  • Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales & North Shropshire:
    SP Energy Networks

    0330 1010 300 

  • East Midlands & West Midlands:
    Western Power Distribution

    0800 096 3080

  • South Wales & South West England:
    Western Power Distribution

    0800 096 3080

  • London, South East England & Eastern England:
    UK Power Networks

    0845 601 4516

  • Southern England:
    Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution
    0800 048 3516

  • Northern Ireland:
    Northern Ireland Electricity
    03457 643 643
  • Republic of Ireland:
    ESB Networks

    00353 1850 372 757

This information is provided in good faith and produced using the best information available at the time it was compiled. We cannot guarantee the complete accuracy of this content and commercial decisions should not be based on it. Energy Networks Association accepts no responsibility or liability arising from the use of this information

What to do if you have a power cut or smell gas?

The electricity and gas networks in the UK are designed to be very resilient to protect the vital services they provide to people across the country. Issues ranging from severe weather to thieves stealing metal can make maintaining this reliability a greater challenge for engineers. Click here for Power Cuts Advice.

999 is for use when an IMMEDIATE RESPONSE is required and should only be used if:

  • Someone is in immediate danger.
  • Someone needs immediate emergency medical care.
  • A crime is taking place or about to happen.

In any other circumstance, please use the contact numbers that can be found by visiting the pages below.

Electricity Power Cuts

Gas Emergencies

Carbon Monoxide