E.ON Energy in Manchester in 2020


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Welcome to the lovely city of Manchester, where E.ON provide gas and electricity to a number of homes. Whether you have just moved here, or if you have been a Mancunian for some time, EON will definitely have a great plan for you. They have a pretty wide range of energy tariffs for both new and old customers. You can see a breakdown of all their plans available in Manchester on this page! Since 2000, E.ON have been providing energy to homes across the UK, and they now have a huge base of 3.8 million customers.

If you want to make the switch and join the E.ON community, you can ring up their customer service line on 0345 052 0000, or for alternative energy plans on the market, chat to one of our experts by ringing Switch Plan on 0330 054 0018. We’ll make sure your new home in Manchester gets fuelled up quickly and smoothly.

Setting up a E.ON account in Manchester

New to Manchester? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Switching to a new supplier in your new home has never been easier! And that’s because we carry out the whole process for you. All you need to do is complete a few very quick and simple tasks to allow us to carry out the switch and get you properly set up in your new house.

  1. Make sure you jot down your last meter reading, basically just like you do with all other meter readings you have taken. This time, write it on a note and leave it in a safe place for the next residents of the house to find and have to hand, should they need it.
  2. We know checking your energy meter might not feel like the first priority when you move into a new place, but it should be pretty high up on the list! Also, it takes 2 minutes. Just locate the meter reading in your new house and write down the reading. You might not need this information, but your supplier might ask you for it, so you want to be able to provide accurate readings to make sure you’re not overcharged on your first bill.
  3. Wondering how your house is fuelled when you first move in? Well, you essentially take on the energy plan of the previous residents of the house. This makes things easy to start with, but you’ll want to switch over to a new plan pretty quickly to make sure you not only aren’t losing money, but also that you have the right tariff for your requirements. You might want to start on an electric vehicle plan, or a much greener tariff than the one you are on now. In order to carry out the switch to a different supplier, you need to know who your new supplier is in your new place. The previous residents of the property should have provided this information for you, but if they didn’t, don’t worry! You can simply head over to the Ofgem website to find out who provides the energy for your new property.

Now, you’ll be able to provide our experts with all the information they need to be able to carry out the switch. It’s that easy! Just give us a ring on 0330 054 0018.

Plans and dual fuel plans available with E.ON

Single Electricity plans

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price


Standing Charge


Greener Energy 12 Months Fixed
16.6300 p
22.391 p

Gas plans

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit price


Standing Charge


Gas Standard Fixed March 2022
3.333 p
26.041 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
3.287 p
34.61 p

Two rates energy plans

Name of the Plan Tariff value Day time


Night time


Standing Charge


Economy 7 12 Months Fixed
19.243 p
10.202 p
22.471 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
19.343 p
13.051 p
33.471 p
Economy 7 24 Months Fixed
3.333 p
18.67 p
26.82 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
18.67 p
12.28 p
26.82 p

While dual fuel is becoming increasingly popular, some households still opt for separate gas and electricity plans, even sometimes from separate suppliers. In Manchester, 31.37% households opt for electric central heating systems, compared to 60.78% for gas and just 0.00% for oil. However, E.ON has a number of dual fuel plans, as can be far more convenient to keep all your costs in one place with one plan.

How can I contact E.ON in Manchester?

Type of Enquiry Number to contact
General Enquiries
Enquiries that you may have regarding your existing account, such as querying a bill or changing the way you pay your bills.
0345 052 0000

Open from 8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday, 10am to 4pm on Sunday.
Top Up Contact Number
For all queries related to Pay As You Go billing: topping up, changing from pay as you go to direct debit and using emergency credit.
0330 303 5063

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
If you have a complaint that you would like resolved or acknowledged by E.ON.
0345 052 0000

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
Complaints Pay As You Go
Complaints specifically related to Pay As You Go tariffs.
0345 303 3040

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
E.ON Boiler Services
Complaints number and address that are separate from the complaints service for gas and electricity customers

Switch plan are always here to help Mancunians to switch energy supplier if they so wish. Our price comparison service isn’t just quick and easy, it’s also completely free. Sounds good? Well, give us a ring at any time between 8am and 7pm on 0330 054 0018 to chat with one of our experts. Alternatively, you can of course get directly in touch with E.ON if you wanted! If you have an emergency or a concern that you want to speak to them about, all their contact details are at your disposal below.

Your energy bill in Manchester

Who supplies energy in Manchester?

The most popular energy provider in North West England is E.on, and indeed in most of Greater Manchester. Remember, it’s free to change energy supplier at any time with Switch Plan, so don’t feel like you need to stick with E.on! Mancunians can save money on gas and electricity by switching energy suppliers.

What’s the average consumption in Manchester?

Energy consumption can be localised via postcodes in the UK. Based on government data, we estimated that the average yearly consumption in Manchester is 3,333.45 kWh while the yearly median consumtion is 2,947.18 kWh.

What’s the average price per kwh in Manchester?

It costs on average £11.05 for a kWh of energy in Greater Manchester. Compared to the UK national average, a Mancunian pays roughly 3.85% more.

How expensive are E.ON’s energy plans?

E.ON, one of the largest energy suppliers in the UK, generally receive average to good reviews from their customers. You should read customer reviews online to find out more about E.ON’s customer service, fuel supply and environmental concerns on TrustPilot.

Your gas & electricity distribution network operators in Manchester?

Who is Manchester’s gas and electricity distributor?

In case of an emergency like a power cut, you can always reach out to your local electricity DNO (Distribution Network Operator). In Manchester, your DNO is Electricity North West.

Gas is also transported by a local gas distributor. In Greater Manchester your distributor is Cadent Gas.

You can visit their websites for more info:

Electricity North West Cadent Gas
Electricity North West website Cadent Gas website

How to contact Manchester’s energy distributors?

If you need some up-to-date information, or are experiencing a powercut in Greater Manchester, then you should get in touch directly with your District Network Provider.

Company name Company number
Greater Manchester Electricity North West General Number
0800 195 4141
Greater Manchester Electricity North West Emergency Number
Greater Manchester Cadent Gas Number
0345 835 1111
Greater Manchester Cadent Gas Emergency Number
0800 111 999

Call us to switch your energy supplier for free!

0330 054 0018


E.ON in your Manchester district

E.ON prices and contact details often vary from one neighborhood to the over. The following pages give you specific information on the E.ON energy supply in your very own district of Manchester.


Written by william

Updated on 23 Nov, 2020


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