Users' questions

Who regulates UK Power Networks?

Who regulates UK Power Networks?

the Office of the Gas and Electricity Markets
UK Power Networks maintains the electricity networks including the lines and electricity cables. There are 14 distribution network operators (DNOs), each responsible for a different area of the country. These DNOs are all regulated by the Office of the Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).

Is there an alternative to UK Power Networks?

UK Power Networks’s competitors UK Power Networks’s top competitors include Ausgrid, Northern Electric, J-POWER and Nyadi Hydropower. UK Power Networks is a distribution networks operator (DNO) that owns and maintains the regulated electricity distribution networks.

Is UK Power Networks a DNO?

UK Power Networks is the electricity distribution network operator (DNO) for London, the South East and East of England.

What is the power supply in UK?

UK power sockets deliver an average voltage of 230v, although in practice this can be slightly higher.

Who is the CEO of UK Power Networks?

Meet our executive management team. Basil Scarsella, Chief Executive Officer of UK Power Networks. Basil Scarsella is Chief Executive Officer and Director of UK Power Networks, owned by the CK Group.

Who is the director of connections UK power?

Patrick brought a new determination to his role as Director of Connections, with the emphasis on motivating his team and delivering a high level of customer service and satisfaction.

Who is in charge of East Anglia power network?

Patrick has day-to-day responsibility for managing the distribution of electricity to eight million customers in East Anglia, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, Sussex and London. He is currently responsible for an annual budget of over £400 million and employs 3,600 people plus 2,000 contractors.

How are power networks improving in the UK?

Through our £50 million shareholder funded business transformation project for UK Power Networks we are currently upgrading our systems and processes to further improve customer service to be in line with the top third performance in the industry at the start of RIIO-ED1 improving from an average of 7.6 to 8.2 by the start of RIIO-ED1