Who's my electricity supplier and what's my MPAN?

If you you live in London, the South East or the East of England then we can help you find out who your electricity supplier is and provide you with your Meter Point Administration Number (MPAN). 
Use our tool to find your electricity supplier and your MPAN details
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Who's my supplier?
Your electricity supplier is the company you choose to buy your electricity from, and who you pay your bills to. Part of what you pay is given to UK Power Networks for running and maintaining the electricity cables in your area. If you’ve recently moved house or you’re about to move into a new property, you may be wondering who supplies the electricity and who the electricity bills are paid to. Don't worry, we can help. If you live in London, the South East or the East of England you can use our tool below to find out who you're supplier is. 

What’s my Meter Point Administration Number?
A Meter Point Administration Number, also known as an MPAN, electricity supply number or supply number is a 13-digit reference. An MPAN is used to uniquely identify every electricity supply point in the country. You can also use the tool below to find your MPAN. 

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Please check you've entered your address correctly. If you are still experiencing issues please email us with your details to MPAS@ukpowernetworks.co.uk or call us on 0800 029 4283 and we'll be happy to help. Remember, we can only help you if you live in London, the South East or East of England.

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