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Gas and Electricity in Manchester - Eon, SSE & More

Salford Quays, Manchester


Manchester is the sixth largest city in the UK. It is famous for its music and football amongst many other things and has a population of roughly 530,000 people. The city lies within the county of Lancashire; however, many like to refer to it residing in its ceremonial county of Greater Manchester. Manchester's incumbent suppliers are E·ON for electricity and British Gas for gas.


DistributionDistribution Network Operator (DNO) - Electricity North West
Gas Distributor - National Grid


Electricity North West Manchester

Electricity North West

Emergency number - 0800 195 4141

Non-emergency online form - Click Here


National Grid Manchester

National Grid

Emergency gas number - 0800 111 999

Non-emergency number - 0845 835 1111


Power outage? Give your distribution network operator (DNO), Electricity North West, a call using the number provided above. You can also click the link below to follow live updates.

View live power cuts in your area


Average Energy Usage by City

Electricity - 751 kWh = £126

Gas - 2615 kWh = £132

Source: Over three month period, via British Gas's UK Energy Consumption Checker.


Most Popular Provider in Manchester

Although people throughout Great Britain are free to choose whichever energy supplier they so choose, there are still many areas that have a natural affinity towards their incumbent and historically linked suppliers. Manchester is one of these places, where the most popular supplier is

Eon, most popular supplier in Manchester

Manchester Energy Offices

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Gazprom Office Manchester

Address

Gazprom
Bauhaes House Fifth Floor
Manchester
M3 3GY


History

Electricity

Manchester's electricity requirements used to be fulfiled by the public sector company 'North West Electricity Board' (NORWEB), which was established in 1948. After the privatisation in 1990 through the Thatcher Government, the board's assets were transferred to become 'NORWEB plc'.

Gas

North Western Gas Board used to be the company resonsible for supplying the North West of England with gas; however, in 1973, the company became a region of the British Gas Corporation.