nPower Prices, News & Updates
npower, or RWE npower to coin the full company name, is one of the Big Six energy suppliers and one which is in the press a lot as one of the most dominant forces in the sector.
npower supplies energy to home and business energy customers all across the UK and was formerly known as Innogy plc. Under their former guide, the firm was a member of the FTSE 100 Index but were bought out by RWE of Germany back in 2002, which ended their association with the Index.
npower is based in the Wiltshire town of Swindon and employs nearly 12,000 staff to help them provide energy solutions and customer service to their thousands of customers across the country. The energy company is one of the first to get involved with smart energy solutions such as the Google Nest.
To find out of npower represents the prudent choice for your domestic or business energy needs, take a look at our profiles below. Once you have all the information you require, you can perform a free, no-obligation comparison using our engine and we can even get you switched over in no time without charging you a penny.
npower for Business
npower offer a contract length of one, two or three years for business energy customers.
Online account management and e-billing is available, as is payment via monthly direct debit. There is a 60 day notice period for npower business energy contracts. If you are worried about this, then the Love Energy Savings can take care of any negotiations for you, free of charge.
Part of the RWE Group, one of Europe’s five leading electricity and gas companies, npower is active in the generation, trading, transmission and supply of electricity and gas. npower “recognise the impact that our business has on the world we live in. At every stage of our decision making process we consider the social and environmental impacts of our actions.”
npower is one of the ‘Big Six energy suppliers’ in the UK for gas and electricity. As such, they have lots of resources available for managing your business energy use and minimising business energy risk. There is also a business community panel available via their website, which could help you to effectively manage your gas and electricity usage.
How Can I Switch My Business Energy to npower?
To switch your business energy supplier to npower, contact Love Energy Savings in one of the following ways:
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Compare prices using our online business energy comparison engine.
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npower for Home
npower home energy customers can pay by direct debit, have access to an online account and opt in to paperless billing. Rolling contracts are available, although npower offer home energy contracts which last up to 39 months.
Part of the RWE Group, one of Europe’s five leading electricity and gas companies, nPower is active in the generation, trading, transmission and supply of electricity and gas.
Following the criticism of the Big Six energy suppliers and the forthcoming Ofgem probe, npower is looking to improve its service for both home energy and business energy customers and more information regarding this can be found via their website. You can also find out how the Google Nest can help to revolutionise the way you manage your energy use in the home.
Should I Switch to npower for My Domestic Energy?
npower offer a range of options when it comes to home energy, meaning there's something to meet everyone's needs. Firstly though, you need to establish whether or not this supplier is the most financially viable for your home, you can do just that by taking advantage of our comparison engine. You can do this by;
Instantly compare electricity and gas prices then switch using our energy comparison engine.
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