Gas and Electricity in King's Lynn - Eon, National Grid & More
King's Lynn is a seaport and market town in Norfolk in the east of England. It was the first member of the European Hanse Network, an association of merchant towns. It has a population of around 48,000 people. King's Lynn's incumbent suppliers are E·ON for electricity and British Gas for gas.
UK Power Networks
Emergency number - 0800 31 63 105
Non-emergency number - 0800 029 4285
Emergency gas number - 0800 111 999
Non-emergency number - 0845 835 1111
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Average Energy Usage by City
Electricity - 892 kWh = £150
Gas - 4696 kWh = £238
Source: Over three month period, via British Gas's UK Energy Consumption Checker.
Most Popular Supplier in King's Lynn
Despite being able to choose whichever energy supplier they so choose, people in the King's Lynn area still seem to have a natural affinity towards the area's historically linked supplier: the most popular supplier in King's Lynn is Eon.
King's Lynn Energy Offices
King's Lynn is home to energy conservation company '4 Way Energy'. If you would like to find out more about what 4 Way Energy are getting up to, click here to visit their website.
4 Way Energy Ltd.
North Lynn Industrial Estate
King's Lynn used to get its electricity from 'Eastern Electricity Board'. However, after 1990, and privatisation, it continued under the name of 'Eastern electricity' as a plc company. It was acquired in 1995 by 'Hanson plc', then again by 'Texas Utilities'. It then began its journey towards its current state: It was afterwards bought by 'Powergen' who would subsequently become a part of 'E·ON' who's operations rebranded in 2004. The distribution network is now owned by UK Power Networks, who are the DNO for King's Lynn.
Between 1948-1973, King's Lynn's gas supply was provided by 'Eastern Gas Board' until it became a region of the British Gas Corporation.