With energy costs in the UK soaring, an increasing number of people have been looking for ways to save on their energy bills. The number of providers available can make switching quite a weighty decision. Scottish Power has had its hat in the ring for some time now. So here’s an overview of the provider as well as the deals they can offer you.
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Choosing an energy provider is by no means an easy task. Whether you’re a business or homeowner, there is a lot to consider. Ultimately, your decision will likely come down to who is the cheapest. But, you should also consider things such as whether a supplier has the appropriate licencing, good customer service, and sufficient customer reviews.
If you’ve had a look at the product offerings and you’re still unsure of whether SP is right for you, then you can always get in touch with them directly. Do so quickly as it’s unclear as to how long they’ll be supplying commercial and industrial energy in the UK.
Frequently Asked Questions
In early 2022, it was announced that ScP would be pulling out of the UK’s commercial and industrial energy market. A spokesperson for the company stated that the energy market is facing “unprecedented challenges,” a possible indicator of the reasoning behind their decision.
If your energy bill is higher than usual, then it could be because of a change in weather or energy tariffs going up. In the case of SP, it’s possible that your previous bills were calculated using estimated meter readings that were too low. This then could mean that your current bill was calculated using actual meter readings.
SP has been fully owned by the Iberdrola Group since 2006. The Iberdrola Group is a Spanish multinational energy company that also happens to be one of the largest utility companies in the world.
An offshore windfarm is a station that generates electricity through windfarms in bodies of water. Regardless of whether they’re on or offshore, windfarms vary in terms of the number of turbines they have. Numbers usually range from a few to several hundred turbines.
Scottish Power and ScottishPower Renewables are essentially the same company. SP simply operates in the UK through SP Energy Networks Holdings Ltd, ScottishPower Renewable Energy Ltd, and SP Generation Holdings Ltd.
You may also see some sources referring to the company as SP Energy Networks. Scottish Power is the parent company of SP Energy Networks. The same goes for ScottishPower Renewables.
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