npower is a merger of the former electricity and gas supply businesses of Calortex, Independent Energy, MEB, MEB Powerline, National Power Energy Direct, Northern Electric & Gas and Yorkshire Electricity. They offer a range of home and business services to about 6 million customers across the UK.
Features of npower
npower Juice is clean, green electricity at no extra cost to you or the planet and was launched in 2001 through a unique partnership between npower and Greenpeace. It is generated from a number of renewable energy sources, primarily at Britain's first major offshore wind farm at North Hoyle in North Wales. For every unit of electricity used by its Juice customers, npower will ensure a unit of electricity from clean renewable sources has been fed into the electricity network. npower will make an annual contribution of £10 for every Juice to the Juice Fund, created with Greenpeace to assist the research and development of marine projects in other renewable energy fields. npower is one of the UK's top three energy suppliers with over 5 million customers across the UK. Switch to npower Juice and gas and pay by monthly Direct Debit throughout the year, and get a discount of £60 per year (terms apply).
How can I compare npower with other UK energy suppliers?
Most energy suppliers, including npower, represent a good deal for certain households, according to how much gas or electricity you use and the region you live in.
The best way to find out if a supplier, including npower, is going to suit your needs and save you money on your bills is to know your usage of energy. businesselectricityprices.com has developed a free and impartial gas and electricity comparison calculator to help you find the best deal. Suppliers' rates and tariffs differ depending on the amount of energy you use and where you live. The calculator can estimate your usage based on the size of your property and other factors, but having a recent bill to hand is always a good idea as it will give us a much clearer picture of your gas and electricity usage.
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