E.ON in Kent in 2020

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Have you just moved to a new property in the lovely Kent? Before you get started, here are some things you should know about energy in your new area. We know that your first priority might not be getting your energy up and running, so that’s why we want to sort it all out for you.

You probably want to know a bit about the energy supply in your new area. Kent is the 11th most populated county in the UK. A fair share of this population lives around the cities of Saint Peters, Maidstone, Gillingham and Chatham. Energy is distributed by UK Power Networks to the 279,761 households that make up the whole county. E.ON have a large range of energy plans available for both new and existing customers. Whatever your energy needs, we’re sure E.ON would have something for you.

If you decide that E.ON is for you when you make the move over to Kent and want to join their 3.8 million other customers, you can ring them up on 0345 052 0000. However, on this page we’ve outlined all the information you need about switching over to E.ON in Kent. So, if you decide you want an alternative energy plan, ring up one of our experts on 0330 054 0018 and they can guide you. Either way, we’ll make sure that you kick start your energy supply in Kent in no time.

E.ON: Contact Details 2020

Type of Enquiry Number to contact
General Enquiries
Do you have any general enquiries about your energy plan or your energy bill?
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
Are you on a PAYG tariff and need some advice or help?
0330 303 5063

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
Complaints
Do you have a general complaint that you want to raise with E.ON?
0345 052 0000

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
Complaints Pay As You Go
Do you have a specific complaint about your E.ON PAYG tariff?
0345 303 3040

8am to 8pm during the week, 8am to 6pm on Saturday.
E.ON Boiler Services
Do you have a complaint about something other than gas and electricity?

E.ON plans and tariffs

E.ON Single Electricity Tariffs

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit Price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/day
Greener Energy 12 Months Fixed
17.4250 p
23.334 p

Two rates energy plans

Name of the Plan Tariff value Day time

 

price/kWh
Night time

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/day
Economy 7 12 Months Fixed
20.289 p
10.328 p
23.413 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
30.389 p
13.366 p
33.413 p
Economy 7 24 Months Fixed
3.423 p
10.29 p
27.76 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
20.05 p
12.29 p
27.76 p

Gas plans

Name of the Plan Tariff value Unit price

 

price/kWh
Standing Charge

 

price/kWh
Gas Standard Fixed March 2022
3.423 p
26.041 p
Economy 10 24 Months Fixed
3.377 p
34.61 p

How can I sort out my E.ON contract in Kent?

Moving house can seem like a daunting task, but at Switch Plan we want to make it as simple as possible. In Kent, EDF is the go-to energy supplier. However, this might not mean that they have the optimal tariffs and offers for your household. If you want more information on E.ON offers, you can contact Switch Plan on 0330 054 0018 to talk through your energy options.

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0330 054 0018

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Switching to E.ON

When you move house, one of the most important things you need to do is set up your gas and electricity contracts. This is a very easy process, although some people find it rather overwhelming. That’s why Switch Plan are here. Our experts will do everything for you to make sure your home in Kent is fully fuelled up before you move in. However, there are just 3 things you need to make sure it all runs smoothly:

  1. Firstly, when you leave your old house, take a note of the meter reading and leave it in an accessible place for the next residents of the property. This is to make a note of how much you used, and to stop you being accidentally overcharged by your provider.
  2. Next, you should do the exact same thing in your new house in Kent! Locate the energy meter, jot down the reading, and write it down so that you have it to hand should you need it. Sometimes, the supplier of your new property might request a meter reading to know when to start charging you for the energy you use. So it’s good to have a note of this so you’re not overcharged and pay for energy you haven’t used yourself!
  3. Lastly, when you move house, it’s highly likely that you take on a ‘deemed’ contract, which means that you will continue with the contract that the previous residents of the property had agreed to. You might like this plan, and want to stick with it! But chances are you will need to switch over to a different tariff to suit your energy needs better. If you’re not sure who supplies your new house with energy, or if the previous inhabitants of the house didn’t leave you a note with the energy information, you can simply head over to Ofgem website and find out who your new supplier is.

Heading over to E.ON’s website is a easy way to find out all about their available tariffs. However, having a chat with one of our experts will provide you with impartial information about their energy plans. Switch Plan provides a free service to advise you on all of your options. So, give us a ring on 0330 054 0018 and our experts can talk you through all your available options.

How much, on average, does a kWh cost in Kent?

Government data allows us to estimate that in Kent, the average household consumes around 3,402.15 kWh each year. As well as this, we know that in Kent, inhabitants spend around £10.05 per kWh.

Who are my gas & electricity distribution network operators in Kent?

Who distributes Kent’s gas?


How gas and electricity travels around the country seems somewhat of a mystery. If only it could stay that way! However, it’s quite important that you know how gas is actually delivered to your home, should you encounter any sort of problem or difficulty. Usually, you can get in touch with your energy supplier for questions about energy provision and distribution, but just in case, here’s a quick recap.

Before gas can actually arrive in your house to keep you warm and cook your food, it is actually transported through a pretty complex system of pipes that form the Gas Distribution Network in the UK. There are actually 8 gas distribution systems which are controlled by 4 gas distribution companies. They are in charge of all the transportation of gas around the country and, for this reason, you’ll probably never need to get in touch with them. Your supplier will be able to provide you with all the information you need about your energy supply, as well as any advice you may need. However, should you need to get in touch with a concern or gas emergency, you can give them a ring on 0800 912 1700.

How to get in touch with Kent’s energy distributors?

You can usually just get in touch with your energy supplier for all the information you need about your gas and electricity. However, should you need to get in touch with your DNO for some up-to-date information, or if there is a powercut in Kent, then all the contact details you need are below.

Company name Company number Number opening hours
Kent UK Power Networks General Number
0800 029 4285
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Kent UK Power Networks Emergency Number
0800 31 63 105
24/7
Kent SGN Number
0800 912 1700
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Kent SGN Emergency Number
0800 111 999
24/7

Find more info on their website:

UK Power Networks UK Power Networks website
SGN SGN website

Who is your distribution network operator in Kent?

Electricity distribution networks carry electricity from the high voltage transmission grid to domestic users. You may have to contact them for matters such as moving your meter, setting up electricity in a new city property and they intervene to fix power cuts.

Electricity also arrives through a more complex system than we are ever made privy to. A high voltage transmission grid is the source of electricity, which is then transported to domestic users through electricity distribution networks. These are companies that hold special licenses that allow them to distribute electricity through the National Grid and transport it safely to your home. They are in charge of more complex issues, such as setting up electricity in a newbuild, or solving powercuts in your area.


UK Power Networks is the DNO in Kent. Should you ever need to contact them, there contact details are below.

E.ON in the cities of Kent

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Written by william

Updated on 23 Nov, 2020

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