Northern PowerGrid

Northern PowerGrid is one of the six companies that own the DNOs (Distribution Network Operators) and it covers a large part of Northern England. It owns two PES Areas

Northern PowerGrid carries electricity from the high voltage transmission grid, which is owned and operated by the National Grid, to industrial, commercial and domestic users across these regions. The distribution network stops at the electricity meter, which is owned by the meter operator.

This means that the most common reasons for people to be dealing with Northern PowerGrid are:

  • Power Cuts
  • New Connections
  • Upgrading or downgrading power supplies
  • Connecting generation to the grid
  • Finding out who your electricity supplier is
Power cuts

As a low-carbon economy and new technology drive unprecedented change in the way energy is created and used, we're working to ensure our network safely and securely supports these changes as part of our transition to a distribution system operator.

#DSO #poweringfutureenergy

Good afternoon, Grant, Kyle, Scott and Lesley here from #TeamPowergrid we are here with you all evening. If you have any #power related questions ask away we are happy to help.

We're continuing to support customers on our Priority Services Register keeping them updated via our Powergrid Care team and offering additional support were appropriate and possible.

If you're medically dependent on electricity visit - to register.

Good morning, Daniel, Scott, Kara and Toni here from #TeamPowergrid we are here with you all morning. If you have any #power related questions ask away we are happy to help.

If your loved one would benefit from extra support during a power cut visit to find out about our Priority Services Register.

#powergridcare #priorityservicesregister #psr

We’ve reduced the time it takes to get a cost for a new connection from 10 days to less than 10 mins with our new AutoDesign tool.

@eatechnology #evs #evchargers #evcharging #autodesign

Good morning, Kara, Dan, Scott & Terry here from #TeamPowergrid We are here with you all day. If you have any #power related questions ask away. We are happy to help.

Don't be left in the dark - keep 105, the free, three digit power cut number, saved on your mobile.

#powercut #powercut105 #dontbeleftinthedark

Good afternoon, Grant, Craig, Kyle and Chris here from #TeamPowergrid we are here with you all evening. If you have any #power related questions ask away we are happy to help.

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New Connections
Connection TypeGuaranteed StandardAverage time to receive a quotationPrices from (excl.VAT)Average prices (excl.VAT)Average time to get a connection from payment
1 standard domestic connection5 days4 days£450£2,0004 Weeks
Up to 4 standard domestic connections

15 days5 days£1,800£5,0005 Weeks
Over 4 domestic connections (based on typical 5 connections with service works only)

25 days7 days£1,890£15,0006 Weeks
Typical small business connection

(up to 69kVA)

15 days5 days£452£4,0005 Weeks
Multiple small business connections (based on typical 2 connections with low voltage service works only)

25 days8 days£3,812£12,0006 Weeks
Typical large business connection (HV)

35 days8 days£14,212£65,00014 Weeks
Extra high voltage connection

65 days50 daysPrice on requestPrice on request2 Years
Unmetered new connections (excluding Local Authority & PFI)

25 days7 days£298£2,4175 Weeks

These costs and timings are from NPG and are for general illustration purposes only and are not to be relied upon should you require a more accurate price in respect of specific premises.

  • Northern Powergrid Holdings Company
  • Northern Powergrid (Yorkshire) plc
  • Integrated Utility Services 
  • CalEnergy Resources Limited
  •  Berkshire Hathaway Energy
Registered office:

Northern Powergrid Holdings Company
Lloyds Court
78 Grey Street
Newcastle upon Tyne

Registered in England and Wales: Number 3476201

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