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ESP Utilities Group

ESP – Coronavirus update

We want to reassure our customers, suppliers and colleagues that we have implemented robust contingency plans to ensure that we can continue to deliver the very highest levels of service.

The business has been delivering for customers for 20 years and we are well placed to continue to adopt and manage connections.

We have utilised technology to ensure our staff are able to work remotely and still meet all our commitments.  These measures are sustainable and we are prepared to work in this new way for a prolonged period.

Householder FAQs

What is the Priority Services Register and how do I know if I qualify?

The Priority Services Register (PSR) is a free service offered by both your energy supplier and your energy network operator. It may entitle you to get extra help and support with your energy supply.

You can sign up if you:

  • are of pensionable age
  • live with a child under 5
  • are disabled, seriously or chronically sick
  • have a long-term medical condition
  • are dependent on medical equipment
  • have poor mobility, co-ordination or hand movement
  • have an impairment of your hearing, vision, speech or any other communication difficulties including language barriers
  • you have dementia, a developmental condition or any other mental health concerns

You might also be able to sign up if you’re in a vulnerable situation or need the security of having an additional presence with you when we call, even if it’s only on a temporary basis.

For more information about the Priority Services Register and how it could benefit you, you can visit the Citizens Advice information page. To get in touch with us about signing up to our Priority Services Register, please contact us via the online form or call us on 01372 587 500.

Once you’ve joined, you may be contacted to ensure that your details are accurate and up to date. This is to make sure we can give you the best support for your needs.

We will always follow privacy laws and ensure that your personal information will never be used for marketing purposes.

What is an MPRN (Gas) and how can I find it?

A Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN) is a 10 digit number unique to your property and is usually found on your gas bill. The number also assists your gas supplier to identify your property and provide information on your account. You can find your MPRN, and who your gas transporter is at www.findmysupplier.energy

What is an MPAN (Electricity) and how can I find it?

The Meter Point Administration Number (MPAN) is a 21 digit number unique to your property and can be found on your electricity bill. All ESP MPANs begin with 25. The number assists your electricity supplier to identify your property and provide information on your account.

What is a Meter Serial Number and how can I find it?

The meter serial number is unique to each individual gas or electricity meter. The meter serial number can be found on the meter near the display.

Who do I contact if my gas meter needs exchanging/testing?

You need to contact your gas supplier who will issue a request to the meter operator to carry out the works.

I have a question about my bill.

ESP does not sell gas or electricity, but ensures the energy makes it to your property in a safe and efficient manner. The companies that sell you gas and electricity are called Suppliers. You should contact your supplier if you have any query about your bill, meter reading, or getting a smart meter. You can find your supplier’s telephone number on your bill or statement.

How can I find out who supplies my gas or electricity?

ESP will only be able to advise you who your gas or electricity supplier is if we own the gas or electricity network you are connected to. Please have your Meter Serial Number to hand (this can be found on your meter).

I wish to carry out work to a meter or service pipe. How do I go about this?

If you are an existing ESP customer and require your gas meter or service to be moved due to building works being undertaken, please download our Service Diversion Enquiry Form. Once completed please post this to our main office or email a scanned copy to meterworks@espug.com.

I have received a defect notice what action should I take?

A defect notice is issued if a defect has been identified on your meter installation. The defect notice will suggest the remedial action to be undertaken by a Gas Safe Registered Engineer (visit www.gassaferegister.co.uk to locate a local engineer).

Gas Safe will be able to advise you what action should be taken to resolve the defect; their details can be found on the back of the notice.

I have lost my gas card, what should I do?

You can obtain a new gas card from your local Pay Point. Alternatively, you should contact your gas supplier directly to order a new card.

Why isn't my full top up showing on my meter?

If the amount you have topped up is not showing in full on your meter it may be that you have used your emergency credit or you have an outstanding balance to pay off. If this is the case, an amount may be taken from your top up. If you are still concerned, please contact your supplier.

I have a pay as you go meter and have no gas, what should I do?

Contact your gas supplier immediately and inform them that you are off supply. They will pass all the relevant details to the meter operator who will then ensure an engineer attends.

An engineer didn't turn up to carry out work at my property, what do I do?

Please contact us. If this is in relation to an emergency call-out, we will follow up to ensure an engineer is on the way. If this is a non-emergency issue, then we’ll re-plan a new date for the works.

How do I get a Smart Meter?

Please get in touch with your gas or electricity supplier to discuss installation of a smart meter.