If you can smell gas, think you might have a leak or are concerned about carbon monoxide, immediately open all windows and doors, extinguish any naked flames (including cigarettes) and call the Gas Emergency Service free on 0800 111 999.
Every region has its own network operator who looks after its electricity supply. If you have an electrical emergency or a power cut or any kind, you'll need to get in touch with your region's operator.
We've included a list of all uk operators below. You can find out which one is responsible for your property by finding your supply number. Your supply number is a unique reference which will be shown on your electricity bill and will look like the image below - we've highlighted the number you need in orange.
|Supply Number||Company||Emergency Number|
|10||UK Power Networks||0800 316 3105|
|11||Western Power Distribution||0800 678 3105|
|12||UK Power Networks||0800 316 3105|
|13||SP Energy Networks||0800 001 5400|
|14||Western Power Distribution||0800 678 3105|
|15||Northern Powergrid||0800 668 877|
|16||Electricity North West||0800 195 4141|
|17||Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution||0800 300 999|
|18||SP Energy Networks||0800 092 9290|
|19||UK Power Networks||0800 316 3105|
|20||Southern Electric Power Distribution||0800 072 7282|
|21||Western Power Distribution||0800 678 3105|
|22||Western Power Distribution||0800 678 3105|
|23||Northern Powergrid||0800 375 675|
|24||Independent Power Networks Ltd||0800 013 0849|
|25||ESP Electricity Limited||0800 731 6945|
|26||Energetics Electricity Ltd||0800 804 8688|
|27||The Electricity Network Company Ltd||0800 032 6990|
|28||UK Power Networks (IDNO)||0800 717 2012|