How do I find out who my energy supplier is?
To find out which utility company currently supplies a property with gas or electricity, you can call the Meter Number Helpline and provide your gas meter number to find out who your gas supplier is.
To find out your electricity supplier, call the appropriate regional number listed below.
How can I find my electricity account number?
You can usually find your electricity supply number on your electricity bill. It’s a 21 digit number which usually starts with an ‘S’ and will be in either a table or a row. It is also known as an MPAN (Meter Point Administration Number). Alternatively, contact your existing supplier.
How do I read my electric bill?
Calculate your total cost for electricity in a month
You should be able to take your total bill for electricity and divide it by the total number of the kilowatt hours you used in that month. For example, a $180 dollar bill divided by 1500 KWH equals $0.12 cents per kilowatt for electricity.16 Mar 2016
Why my electricity bill is too high?
Many homeowners have high electricity bills because of the appliances that are plugged into their outlets, even if they aren’t using them frequently. While appliances on standby don’t use as much electricity as when they’re in use, it can still add up, and it contributes to an overall higher electricity bill.15 Jan 2019