Energy being a basic necessity of life needs to be taken care of. The energy requirements should be kept on priority basis as it is a vital ingredient in all the sectors of economy. Energy is used in each and every sector whether for the purpose of living or working. Every individual needs an abundant supply of customer service at British Gas for carrying out various activities. The energy requirements of the people can not be met without the support of energy suppliers.
Energy suppliers are taking proper care of our energy requirements and are working hard in the direction to meet these requirements. Some of the major energy suppliers existing in the UK market are British gas, Scottish Power, E-ON, EDF, nPower etc. Out of all these suppliers, British gas is one of the leading energy supplier which is actively looking after the energy requirements of the people. This company is fulfilling the gas, electricity and duel fuel requirements of over 11,000,000 homes as well as businesses across England, Scotland and Wales.
Another big supplier is E-ON, it mainly has two separate energy tariffs such as residential energy tariffs, and business tariffs. Under the first one people can choose a variety of different tariff options. There is also the option of renewable electricity tariff for those who are concerned with the environment.
The business tariff utility has fixed prices for the length of your plan including two-year option, or a standard tariff with no tie-ins. People can have its free energy efficiency helpline along with the expert advices. On the other hand First:Utility is also an independent supplier that has been facilitating households and businesses gas, electricity, phone and broadband since 1994. Equipped with the smart meter technology, this company give mainly two type of tariffs. The iSave tariff is available for all UK energy distribution areas excluding Midlands and East Midland, whereas the Smart tariff is available in the Midland and East Midland.
The EDF Energy supplies gas and electricity to over five million consumers. It has one of the largest regulated and network operators in the UK that claims to distribute electricity over a quarter of population. It is also counted as one of the biggest developers of offshore wind generation in the country. Some of its utility’s product and services are online account management, direct debit facility, prepayment, priority service, insurance, environmental friendly service, etc. One more big supplier is nPower. It established in 1999 and now combines the former electricity and gas supply businesses of MEB, Calortex, National power energy direct and independent energy. Its services include electricity, gas, dual fuel, prepayment meter tariffs, boiler installation, carbon monoxide alarms, etc.