npower

NPower is part of the German owned parent company RWE. RWE Npower is a leading UK energy company which supplies gas and electricity to around 3.5 million customers and produces around 10% of the electricity used in the UK. They supply energy to both residential and business customers and put customers at the heart of everything they do. NPower is dedicated to helping UK businesses use energy more efficiently and reduce their energy bills.

Why choose NPower?

  • UK based call centres
  • A range of tariffs to suit your needs
  • A free energy efficiency helpline with trained advisers who offer tips and advice
  • Online account service to view your bills and set up meter read reminders for more accurate bills
  • Free phone and reduced rate customer service numbers from landlines and mobiles

Npower makes things easy and convenient: 
During the switch from your current supplier they’ll speak to them for you and manage the process. And when you’re all set up, they’ll make managing your account easy. You can view your bills through your online account and send meter reads for more accurate bills.

About Npower hometeam:
As well as gas and electricity they provide a comprehensive service for central heating and gas boiler care to help keep your hot water and central heating in tip top condition. Their expert team of Gas Safe Registered engineers are on call with a friendly efficient service when you need it most with service or repairs.

About NPower business:
As one of the UK’s largest electricity and gas suppliers they service around 250,000 business sites.

NPower services:

  • Green
  • Economy 7
  • Online
  • Dual Fuel
  • Fixed Billing

Ways to pay your bill:

  • Direct debit
  • Cash
  • Cheque
  • Prepay at pay point

How does NPower generate electricity?

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Sources:

Energy Saving Trust

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