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There has been a power cut. What should I do?

If your property has no electricity there’s a couple of things you should check:

  • If neighbouring properties have also experienced a power cut, you should ring 105. 105 is the nationwide number that will put you through to your local Distribution Network Operator (DNO). The DNO is responsible for the cables, wires and substations that carry electricity to your property.
  • If neighbouring businesses are not affected, there could be a fault internally and you will need to call a qualified electrician.
  • If you think it is because of a problem with your meter, you should call our Customer Service Team during opening hours to speak to one of our Team.
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While we are all affected by issues related to the Coronavirus, we would really appreciate it if customers can use our online services wherever possible before contacting us by phone. So, if you're getting in touch to provide a meter reading, request a bill or make a payment, please do so by logging into you My HUB account.

This is so we are able to support customers who are experiencing emergencies and so we can keep our phone-lines clear for our more vulnerable customers.

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