Help and advice

  • How to make a complaint with Utilita

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 16, 2019
    If you are not satisfied with the service you have received from Utilita, then you can make a complaint. To make a complaint with Utilita, all you have to do is contact them. Details for doing this can be found below, to help you make your complaint. Note: Before you make a complaint, we recommend that you read through Utilita’s published […]
  • Who is the biggest energy company?

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 14, 2019
    The biggest energy company in the United Kingdom by customer base is British Gas. Owned by Centrica, British Gas has over 20 million residential and business customers. That total number includes gas, electricity, dual fuel and boiler and maintenance customers. British Gas has four times as many customers as Scottish Power and E.ON UK, and more than twice as many […]
  • What to do if you can’t pay your energy bill

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 11, 2019
    Life can be incredibly expensive. Between food, bills, our housing and whatever else might suddenly spring itself on us, our monthly wage can be stretched pretty thin. As such, when it comes to the end of the month, you might well be wondering “what can I do if I can’t pay my energy bill?” Well, the first thing you should […]
  • Payments not showing on E.ON bill?

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 10, 2019
    Gas and electricity supplier E.ON is striving to do more to help customers to understand their bills more clearly. E.ON is one of the largest energy providers in the UK, with approximately five million customers nationwide; and the company wants to ensure that its billing process is as simple and transparent as possible. Here we take a look at one […]
  • How to move home with British Gas as a pay-as-you-go customer

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 8, 2019
    British Gas pay as you go customers should contact British Gas to notify them about moving move. Moving into a new home can be seamless with regards to your energy plan, but British Gas do need a ‘heads up’ first, so that they can process your request properly. One thing to keep in mind is that you will need a […]
  • I have lost my top up card what should I do?

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 7, 2019
    If you have lost your electricity or gas top up card (also called a KeyPad card, prepayment card or top up key), don’t panic. You can usually collect a new card from your nearest PayPoint store or your nearest Payzone store. All you have to do is tell the shopkeeper that you need a new card. You can find your […]
  • How to make a complaint about your energy supplier

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 6, 2019
    If you are dissatisfied by your gas, electricity or dual fuel supply or the service that has been provided to you, the good news is it is easy to make a complaint about your energy supplier and most of the time, complaints are taken seriously enough to warrant a verbal or written response. There are three main ways to make […]
  • What is Economy 7?

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 5, 2019
    Economy 7 is a type of energy tariff that offers different pricing options for electricity depending on the time of day or night. This type of tariff functions in a similar way to peak and off-peak phone calls. All electricity that is used during the night time hours has a lower price. Why Economy 7? The reason that this tariff […]
  • How to get a refund from SWALEC

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 4, 2019
    If you believe that you are owed a refund from SWALEC for unused energy, or because of overcharging, then you should contact SWALEC to discuss your concerns. SWALEC will refund you within 30 days, if they are made aware of overcharging. Refund Timeframes If you are a SWALEC customer and you have questions about your refund, there are timeframes that […]
  • How many customers do npower have?

    By Energy Company Numbers on January 3, 2019
    Npower has approximately 6.5 million customers in the United Kingdom, although RWE AG, npower’s parent company, reports that they serve 5.1 million residential and business customers in the UK. The 6.5 million number is reported by us, because RWE’s estimate has been live since 2012, and does not account for growth between 2012 and 2016. We estimate that npower has […]

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