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Gas and Electricity in Glasgow - Scottish Power, SGN & More

Glasgow SECC


Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland and the fifth largest in the UK. It currently has an estimated population of 596,000. Its incumbent suppliers are Scottish Power for electricity and British Gas for gas.


DistributionDistribution Network Operator (DNO) - SP Distribution
Gas Distributor - SGN


Scottish Power Distribution Glasgow

SP Energy Networks

Emergency number - 0800 092 9290

Non-emergency number - 0330 1010 444 (Central & Southern Scotland)


SGN Glasgow

SGN

Emergency gas number - 0800 111 999

Non-emergency number - 0800 912 1700


Power cut? Don't forget, if you want information, you need to give your DNO, Scottish Power Energy Networks a call using the above information. Alternatively you can follow the below link to see live updates.

View live power cuts in your area


Average Energy Usage by City

Electricity - 724 kWh = £122

Gas - 2716 kWh = £138

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


Most Popular Provider in Glasgow

Although free choice exists in Scotland, many areas still seem to have a natural affinity towards their old suppliers when this was not the case. The most popular supplier in the Glasgow area is Scottish Power.

Scottish Power, the most popular supplier in Glasgow

Glasgow Energy Offices

Glasgow is home to the headquarters of energy giants Scottish Power. If you are interested in a career working for Scottish Power click here to visit their careers page

Scottish Power office in Glasgow

Address

Scottish Power
50 Robertson Street
Atlantic Quay
Glasgow
G2 8SP
Scotland


History

Electricity

Before the Scottish electricity boards were privatised in 1991, the 'South of Scotland Electricity Board' were the electricity supplier for Glasgow. In 2007, the privatised descendent 'Scottish Power' was taken over by the Spanish 'Iberdrola'. They have, however, decided to continue using the same branding for the company.

Gas

Glasgow's gas used to be supplied by 'Scottish Gas Board' from 1949 until it became a region of the British Gas Corporation in 1973.