Gas and Electricity in Luton - Eon, National Grid & More

Luton Town Hall

Luton is a large town and borough of Bedfordshire. It is just 30 miles north-west of the English capital London. It also contains the 5th busiest airport in the UK, London Luton Airport. Luton's population is around 215,000. Its incumbent suppliers are E·ON for electricity and British Gas for gas.

DistributionDistribution Network Operator (DNO) - UK Power Networks Gas Distributor - National Grid

UK Power Networks Luton

UK Power Networks

Emergency number - 0800 31 63 105

Non-emergency number - 0800 029 4285

National Grid Luton

National Grid

Emergency gas number - 0800 111 999

Non-emergency number - 0845 835 1111

Are you experiencing a power cut in your local area? Give your DNO, UK Power Networks, a call using the contact information above. You can also click the link below to follow live updates.

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Average Energy Usage by City

Electricity - 833 kWh = £140

Gas - 2873 kWh = £146

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

Despite British energy markets having been open to competition since 1990, many areas around the nation still have a natural affinity towards their incumbent and historically linked suppliers. Luton is one of these areas, in which the most popular supplier is Eon.

Eon is the most popular supplier in Luton

Luton Energy Offices

Just 30 minutes away from Luton is the home of the head office for the independent business energy supplier 'Corona Energy'. If you are interested in working for Corona Energy click here to visit their careers page.

Energy suppliers near Luton

Corona Energy
Edward Hyde Building
38 Clarendon Road
WD17 1JW



Luton used to be supplied by 'Eastern Electricity Board' for its electricity. In 1989 it was renamed 'Eastern Electricity' and was acquired by 'Hanson plc' in 1995. After been sold to US company 'Texas Utilities', it made a large step towards how we know the company today: it was acquired by Powergen who would then become part of German utility E·ON. The distribution business was sold to EDF; however, it is now owned by UK Power Networks.


Between the years of 1948-1973 the gas supply in Luton was provided by 'Southern Gas Board'; however, after this point it became a region of the British Gas Corporation.

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