Scottish Power Outage Checker
To report a power cut, call 105
Is there a power cut in my area? Do not call your electricity supplier. Electricity suppliers sell consumers energy and are not responsible for the power lines that connect your home or business to the National Grid network. Distribution network operators (DNOs) maintain the power lines that connect your home or business to the network. When you call 105, you will be put through to your DNO.
SP Energy Networks Headquarters:
55 Fullarton Drive, Cambuslang,
Glasgow, G32 8FA
Scottish Power Power Cuts
SP Energy Networks make it easy for you to find out if there has been a power cut in your area with their power cut checker. Find power cuts today: search your postcode to find the latest information for unexpected and planned power cuts in your area.
Visit the SP Energy Networks power cut advice page to find the answers to power cut related queries.
Call SP Energy Networks customer service on 0800 092 9290.
Scottish Power Cut
With its headquarters located in Glasgow, Scotland, Scottish Power Ltd is a UK energy company. SP Energy Networks is the distribution network operator for central and southern Scotland, Merseyside, North Wales and parts of Cheshire and Shropshire. It is also the transmission owner for the South of Scotland. The company also supplies electricity and gas to homes and businesses around the United Kingdom and generates power for supply to the grid.
Scottish Power Outages Guidance
Citizens Advice has published guidance for energy consumers on where they can get independent advice about their energy supply.
It's important to know your rights when it comes to energy. You can get free, independent advice from Citizens Advice if you need any help. For example, they can help answer questions about your bills or meter, and check if you can get discounts, grants or a cheaper tariff.
Visit citizensadvice.org.uk/energy or contact the consumer helpline on 03454 04 05 06 to find out more.
Power Cut Scotland
For all the latest information on both planned & unplanned power cuts in Scotland:Contact SP Energy Networks