Gas and Electricity in Exeter - EDF Energy, British Gas & More
Exeter is a cathedral city located in the south-west of England residing in the county of Devon. Perhaps most famous for its cathedral, Exeter has a population of almost 130,000 people. Its incumbent suppliers are EDF Energy for electricity and British Gas for gas.
Western Power Distribution
Emergency Number - 0800 6783 105
Non-emergency - 0800 096 3080
Wales & West Utilities
Emergency Gas Number - 0800 100 999
Emergency Number - 0800 912 29 99
If you have a power cut in your local area, please remember that your energy supplier can't do anything about this. You should call your DNO, Western Power Distribution. You can do this using the contact information above or follow the below link to see live updates.View live power cuts in your area
Average Energy Usage by City
Electrcity - 740 kWh = £125
Gas - 2055 kWh = £104
Source: Over three month period, via British Gas's UK Energy Consumption Checker.
Most Popular Provider in Exeter
Although people in Great Britain have been able choose their gas and electricity providers for many many years, a large number of areas around the country still seem to lean towards their incumbent and historically rooted providers. The most popular supplier in the Exeter area is EDF Energy.
Exeter Energy Offices
Exeter plays host to one of EDF Energy's customer services offices, located next to the A3015 by Monkerton. If you are interested in working for EDF Energy, click here to view their careers page for your region.
EDF Energy, Gadeon house, Grenadier Road, Exeter, EX1 3UT, UK
Before privatisation in 1990, Exeter's electricity was supplied by 'South Western Electricity Board' (SWEB); after this point, it became SWEB Energy. After many takeovers, the name 'SWEB' was discontinued by EDF in 2003. In 2010; however, EDF decided to sell on the company to PPL, who then rebranded it once more to become 'Western Power Distribution', how we know it today.
As of 1948, Exeter had its gas needs supplied by 'South Western Gas Board'; however, after 1973, it became an area of the British Gas Corporation.